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I have installed Windows on my system's primary nVme drive, and PopOS on the second sata drive on my system, I was hoping to be able to use grub to boot between my Windows and PopOS install (Instead of having to use the bios).

Upon grub-customizer throwing an error and sudo update-grub saying update-grub doesn't exist, I did a little more research and found THIS.

Apparently PopOS uses systemd-boot instead of Grub by default. So I go to /boot/efi/loader/loader.conf, add timeout 10 on a new line, reboot and there's the menu. The only problem is that with grub I could use os-prober to find the Windows drive and make it an option to boot to.

Is there an equivalent I can do to that with systemd-boot?

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