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accepted How do I temporarily switch between keyboards on KDE Plasma 5?
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accepted How do I get Portage to always select to install and upgrade to the latest available version of selected software?
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asked Accidental deletion Windows 10 partition and now cannot boot Arch Linux
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answered How do I temporarily switch between keyboards on KDE Plasma 5?
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revised How do I get Portage to always select to install and upgrade to the latest available version of selected software?
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revised How do I get Portage to always select to install and upgrade to the latest available version of selected software?
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asked How do I get Portage to always select to install and upgrade to the latest available version of selected software?
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accepted How do I get UEFI to automatically boot the Linux Boot Manager (managed by systemd-boot) instead of the OS Boot Manager, of Windows 10?
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comment How do I get UEFI to automatically boot the Linux Boot Manager (managed by systemd-boot) instead of the OS Boot Manager, of Windows 10?
Nvm, I managed to solve the problem by running bcdedit /set {bootmgr} path \EFI\systemd\systemd-bootx64.efi in an admin prompt on Win 10. Thanks.
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comment How do I get UEFI to automatically boot the Linux Boot Manager (managed by systemd-boot) instead of the OS Boot Manager, of Windows 10?
Windows 8 came pre-installed on this PC, then I upgraded to Windows 10 and then I installed Arch Linux.
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comment How do I get UEFI to automatically boot the Linux Boot Manager (managed by systemd-boot) instead of the OS Boot Manager, of Windows 10?
Nope, didn't seem relevant since I haven't done a Windows 10 update since installing Arch Linux.
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comment How do I get UEFI to automatically boot the Linux Boot Manager (managed by systemd-boot) instead of the OS Boot Manager, of Windows 10?
Sure does, I even just edited this question to include that fact. I was going to share its contents until I realized that .efi files are not text files.
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comment How do I get UEFI to automatically boot the Linux Boot Manager (managed by systemd-boot) instead of the OS Boot Manager, of Windows 10?
I tried the suggestions in your first paragraph and they failed, that is, still the Windows OS Boot Manager is being used by default. I went into my BIOS setup menu (by pressing F10), so I can change the boot preferences, and no Linux Boot Manager option appears in this menu, so I can't fix this issue. GRUB is proving too much of a pain for me to be willing to try it again, at least not until this OS Boot Manager issue is fixed. The precise command I ran based on your ArchWiki Link was efibootmgr -c -d /dev/sda -p 2 -l /EFI/systemd/systemd-bootx64.efi -L "Linux Boot Manager"