for a few days, I googled everywhere to see if someone ever had the same issues as I do. here is my linux kernel on my Lenovo Z50-70 ( maybe it's important)
$ uname -a Linux Z50-Debian 4.7.0-1-amd64 #1 SMP Debian 4.7.8-1 (2016-10-19) x86_64 GNU/Linux $ lvdisplay |grep -i path LV Path /dev/Debian/Home LV Path /dev/Debian/Root LV Path /dev/Debian/Swap # gdisk /dev/sda -l |grep 0 GPT fdisk (gdisk) version 1.0.1 Disk identifier (GUID): 4A75B640-D8A2-03A2-906D-9D9228B6E800 Partitions will be aligned on 2048-sector boundaries Total free space is 3707 sectors (1.8 MiB) 1 2048 3653631 1.7 GiB 2700 Basic data partition 2 3653632 4601855 463.0 MiB EF00 EFI system partition 3 4601856 6752255 1.0 GiB EF00 Basic data partition 4 6752256 7014399 128.0 MiB 0C01 Microsoft reserved ... 5 7014400 907063665 429.2 GiB 0700 Basic data partition 6 907065344 908787711 841.0 MiB 2700 7 908787712 910155775 668.0 MiB EF00 8 910155776 953745407 20.8 GiB 8E00 Linux 9 953745408 976773119 11.0 GiB 2700 Basic data partition
I've followed two guides to use efi-stub (the kernel UEFI self-bootlaoder)
but none of them worked.
My firmware doesn't find the
EFI/Debian/vmlinuz.efi ( but it did find rEFInd efi app, as well as grub when I first installed Debian)
when starting the
rEFInd, It stop the boot process with a initramfs prompt and errors telling me it couldn't mount/find root.
does not echo my
/proc/cmdline, but a generic one without any specified option for root mounting
as on the guide i've used
efibootmgr, but as each reboot my new entry is deleted.
I'm fairly new to the (U)EFI world, but I really wish I could make this work. As I'm pretty much out of ideas for now, if you know anything that could help me, please shout it out !