• In bios more bootloaders


    I have yesterday my antergos KDE installed and have now a antergos grub. When I now take a look in the bios I see the 2 old ubuntu bootloaders that I don’t use.
    Can I delete these? How work that?

  • I have yesterday my antergos KDE installed and have now a antergos grub. When I now take a look in the bios I see the 2 old ubuntu bootloaders that I don’t use.
    Can I delete these? How work that?

  • @“satshow”:fpwiyx7r said:

    I have yesterday my antergos KDE installed and have now a antergos grub. When I now take a look in the bios I see the 2 old ubuntu bootloaders that I don’t use.
    Can I delete these? How work that?[/quote:fpwiyx7r]

    You should be able to do this via a Live CD.
    Install efibootmgr

    Then add to the kernel efi support

    sudo modprobe efivarfs
    

    Then run

    sudo efibootmgr
    

    to check your boot entries.

    It will return something like
    this:

    BootCurrent: 0004  
    > Timeout: 2 seconds  
    > BootOrder: 2001,0003,0005,0006,0000  
    > Boot0000\* Lenovo Recovery System  
    > Boot0001\* EFI Network 0 for IPv6 (B8-88-E3-84-F3-EF)  
    > Boot0002\* EFI Network 0 for IPv4 (B8-88-E3-84-F3-EF)  
    > Boot0003\* Windows Boot Manager  
    > Boot0004\* EFI USB Device (SanDisk)  
    > Boot0005\* ubuntu  
    > Boot2001\* EFI USB Device
    

    Then delete the option you dont want. In this example, Ubuntu is entry 5. the
    following could be called to delete entry 5 and remove it from the BootOrder.
    sudo efibootmgr -b 5 -B

    Hope this helps

  • Our live cd comes with efibootmgr installed btw

  • Thank you I have missed this post totaly

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