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Offline df8oe

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Hello to all,


I have set up a system where 5 different linux reside on different partitions. Siduction64 is the "master" and has the task to boot all systems via its grub. That works perfectly with all Debian based systems - but fails with Manjaro. The reason is that there multiple initrd files are used and Siduction os probing only grabs the first one and discards the second. The first is intel microcode and the second is initramfs - of course no booting. But Suduction uses very new grub, too! What can I do that grub os probing copies BOTH initd files and not only the first one? grub-update takes only the first one...


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Re: Siduction as "master system" fails to boot manjaro via grub
« Reply #1 on: 2018/11/18, 19:49:42 »
Does this help at all

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update-initramfs -c -k all
update-grub

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Re: Siduction as "master system" fails to boot manjaro via grub
« Reply #2 on: 2018/11/18, 23:38:08 »
that old common arch problem :)

Solution:
provide a script which links the current kernel  and initramfs to /vmlinux and /initrd - and let grub use these links

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