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    Re: Can you test booting into an nvme drive?

    @P-I H,

    I am looking forward to your test results ...

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    Re: Can you test booting into an nvme drive?

    The computer didn't like that the last installed disk was wiped. The only way to boot the system was from the sda drive. Have to rescue the installations.

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    Re: Can you test booting into an nvme drive?

    I don't think there is any problem with mkusb. I think the problem in some way is related to the wiped disk and that /boot/efi on /dev/nvme0n1p1 don't contain the correct information.

    I have fixed the computer now.
    I booted from the samsung ssd to Ubuntu 19.10 on nvme0n1 and made sudo grub-install /dev/nvme0n1 and sudo update-grub. Then booted to Ubuntu 20.04 on nvme1n1 and made
    sudo grub-install /dev/nvme1n1 and sudo update-grub and the computer behaves as after the installation Ubuntu 20.04 on the smaller of the nvme drives.
    However the computer has switched id:s on the nvme disks.

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    Re: Can you test booting into an nvme drive?

    Sorry for that extra trouble. I have done things like that too.

    For that reason I avoid adventures in my main computer, and play with a secondary computer, dedicated for testing. Sometimes I can borrow a rather new computer, but my adventures take place in my own (older) computers most of the time.

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    Re: Can you test booting into an nvme drive?

    Quote Originally Posted by P-I H View Post
    I don't think there is any problem with mkusb. I think the problem in some way is related to the wiped disk and that /boot/efi on /dev/nvme0n1p1 don't contain the correct information.

    I have fixed the computer now.
    I booted from the samsung ssd to Ubuntu 19.10 on nvme0n1 and made sudo grub-install /dev/nvme0n1 and sudo update-grub. Then booted to Ubuntu 20.04 on nvme1n1 and made
    sudo grub-install /dev/nvme1n1 and sudo update-grub and the computer behaves as after the installation Ubuntu 20.04 on the smaller of the nvme drives.
    However the computer has switched id:s on the nvme disks.
    I'm glad that you could fix the computer rather quickly, and I'm glad that there seems to be no problem with mkusb. Anyway, it is important to keep the eyes open and look into what might be a problem. So thanks a lot for this effort

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    Re: Can you test booting into an nvme drive?

    Screw for M.2 Socket
    comes with motherboard. Contact company that produces your motherboard.
    or search in your favorite browser for
    where to obtain Screw for M.2 Socket
    Last edited by him610; 3 Days Ago at 03:26 AM. Reason: add more advice
    Cheers,
    I am not an expert on anything, but I pretend to be one at times.
    Software expands to consume available system resources.

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