I initially shrunk down the factory installed Windows 10 partition and installed Ubuntu 16.04 via existing EUFI Fat32 boot partition. I did this because at the time this was the only distro that had a full walk-thru for supporting all my hardware. I then installed Manjaro Deepin as well on a separate partition and was able to boot into it however it broke the Ubuntu boot capability. I could still boot W10 but I really don’t use it…I just didn’t want to blow out that license in case I ever needed it, 40GB out of 512, no biggie.
I tried repairing the Ubuntu boot from within Manajro but read somewhere that the boot-repair utility should be able to auto detect and fix the problem. Ok saves me time, I’m in. It sounded almost too good to be true and even the results looked promising…
nvme0n1p1 contains Windows Boot (windows)
nvme0n1p10 contains Manjaro Linux (linux)
nvme0n1p9 contains Ubuntu 16.04.1 LTS (linux)
1 disks with OS, 3 OS : 2 Linux, 0 MacOS, 1 Windows, 0 unknown type OS.
I did this by booting a Ubuntu live USB and ran boot-repair which did fix the Ubuntu boot as long as I choose Advanced boot options and key down to 126.96.36.199 kernel but anything else results in panic.
Additionally all of the Manjaro options result in the same error I had trying to boot into Ubuntu previously after installing Manjaro, something about blocklist error (hd, 0,0)
I fix one but break the other. Any help is greatly appreciated.