Thu Aug 31, 2017 5:47 am
until yesterday I had three distros installed on a hard drive dedicated to Linux: Ubuntu MATE, Manjaro Xfce and Solus 3. I replaced Ubuntu MATE with a brand new installation of KDE neon. A few minutes ago I made the first post installation reboot and I was unpleasantly surprised to see that grub does no detect my Manjaro installation but only detect the KDE neon and the Solus 3 installations.
Since Solus is still available on grub I booted into Solus and opened the grub customizer and that's what I get:
KDE neon User edition 5.10
Manjaro Linux 17.0.2
Advanced options for KDE neon
Advanced options for Manjaro Linux
and this is the screen I get when I reboot:
Advanced option for GNU/Linux
There is no mention of Manjaro to which I have to boot as soon as possible to finish some urgent work. I rebooted again into KDE neon and ran "sudo update-grub" thinking that it may solve the problem and on the terminal I saw that both Solus 3 and Manjaro LInux were detected. I rebooted again but Manjaro Linux still does appear as an option on grub.
How do I solve this issue? Please go easy on me with the explanation; I am new to Linux and not a computer savvy person.
Thank you very much
Thu Aug 31, 2017 8:19 am
info grub chainloader
Sat Sep 02, 2017 3:07 am
since you say that "update-grub" showed the Manjaro ,,,are you sure that you cant scroll down some more to see it in the grub menu ,,,,,,arrow key down ?