Ok, reinstalled, this time with /boot-efi as fat…
But I cant edit grub.
Everytime I want to mount a partition in live mode I get “device does not exist”. Did a rescan, but still the same…
This is really horrible and the badest installation of a linux since long long ago…
for example mint comes with an installer option for dual boot iirc…
The tutorial in wiki (How to dual boot antergos windows uefi expanded)
<< Next is to create the /boot/efi partition. Actually, we don’t need to create it. Windows already have it. We can just specify the path to it. Just make sure to NOT format it. >>
Thats a bit confusing then…
p.s. I even cant post links to your own wiki :) Flagged as spam…
I had fedora on my notebook as dual boot with my win10.
I deleted fedora and wanted to try antergos but it seems that i made a mistake :)
I created 3 partitions ( /, /home, /swap) and pointed boot-efi to my boot partition
This is what it looks like (booted with live system):
p5 = /
p6 = /home
p7 = /swap
When I try to boot grub gives me:
How do I repair this? :)
Anyone can help?
Thx in advance