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  1. #11
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    Oct 2020

    Re: efibootmgr questions

    Quote Originally Posted by dragonfly41 View Post
    I'm afraid I still don't know what you are trying to achieve.
    Some time back I suggested trying Grub Customiser to gain some forensic insights
    into this confusing world but you asked why? Below answers why.

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    Quote Grub Customiser is a graphical interface to configure the grub2/burg settings

    But as I wrote I now prefer to use rEFInd as my loader/gui (in addition to above entries)
    on a multi boot desktop.

    [P.S] Why do you find it necessary to pose the same questions in different threads?

    1. it is not same qustions
    2. It was my fault - the other forum question was to complex.
    3. Why continue going round and round ?

    OK, may I be open? ( hope banning me is NOT my next reply )
    I would suggest to stop participating in a discussion if you do not get what it is about.
    There is NOTHING shameful to just quit.

    After few years using Linux I have discovered that there is always basic . original article.
    Since Linux is "open source" then there are many follow-up articles.
    Wast majority of "copies" are good, refining the original.
    ( The "bad" ones, not adding more "meat and potatoes" are usually CLI converted to GUI ).

    Therefore - there is nothing wrong using your GUI tool, but it does NOT add to what I already know.
    It is just the proverbial "there is more than one way to skin a cat".

    End of rant.

  2. #12
    Join Date
    Jun 2009
    SW Forida

    Re: efibootmgr questions

    If Boot-Repair is mentioning BIOS, you probably ran it from a BIOS boot.
    Please reboot in UEFI boot mode, add Boot-Repair, and post link, so we can review it.

    I really want to see which Ubuntu you are using to boot and then which you are booting into.
    If you do not boot first entry, then all your grub updates do not modify the grub used to boot.
    For more info on UEFI boot install & repair - Regularly Updated :
    Please use Thread Tools above first post to change to [Solved] when/if answered completely.

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