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Systemd-boot: where loader parameters are stored?

I've installed Arch-linux with archinstall, choosing systemd-boot as the bootloader and with full-disk encryption. Lots of manuals refers to file /boot/loader/entries/arch.conf (or similar one), but ...
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How do I enable UEFI secure boot for a linux build made with yocto?

I'm producing a yocto build, and want to enable UEFI Secure Boot on the intel machine I'm using. This is a pretty basic yocto build, using core-image-minimal and meta-intel. The artifacts it ...
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systemd-boot not asking for password?

I run Arco linux, boot with systemd-boot on an LUKS encrypted btrfs root partition drive but it never ask me for a password for the root drive on boot. Not good. Where should I start looking?
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How can I manually install a Yocto image?

I'm having difficulties installing an image I've built with Yocto. In the past I've always used u-boot, MBR, and legacy boot. Installing Yocto meant creating boot and rootfs partitions, installing the ...
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Arch linux: Failed to mount /boot

when I try to start uo my system I get this error: [Failed] Failed to mount /boot See 'systemctl status boot.mount' for details [DEPEND] Dependency filed for Local File System then some more logs and ...
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systemd-boot partition not recognised as bootable

Installing Arch to an old ASUS G74Sx with a Samsung SSD as the main system drive and a Seagate for data I've partitioned and installed system to /dev/sda for systemd-boot as so: root@archiso ~ # ...
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How to add linux-rt and linux-rt-lts to bootloader on Arch Linux?

Below is the list of linux packages installed on my Arch system. $ pacman -Qsq 'linux' | grep -E '^linux*' linux linux-api-headers linux-firmware linux-hardened linux-hardened-headers linux-headers ...
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How to open all LUKS volumes with use of a single password?

I'm using EndeavorOS (basically Arch), but with systemd-boot and dracut for initrd. I have a simple setup with an unencrypted boot partition and LUKS-encrypted root and swap partitions. Specifically, ...
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How to pass extra options to OpenBSD's EFI boot loader with systemd-boot?

I have an extra systemd-boot entry for OpenBSD. $ cat /boot/loader/entries/bsd.conf title OpenBSD efi /extra/bootx64.efi It works and I manage to get into boot shell, The problem is that by default ...
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root device not found. Skipping fsck

I dual-boot windows and arch on my work laptop on a single disk with lvm and a XBOOTLDR partition. I use systemd-boot as a bootloader. It worked fine for like 3 months and then suddenly, after ...
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How to know if computer uses GRUB or systemd-boot through SSH? (I have both /boot/grub and /boot/efi/EFI/systemd folders)

Without having access to the physical display, how can I know if my computer is being booted by grub or systemd-boot? As I have writted on the tittle I have both /boot/grub/ and /boot/efi/EFI/systemd/ ...
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Why is my backup GPT partition table corrupt on my MD RAID 1? And why does the kernel only see 1 randomly picked member disk a time?

I have 2 disks, each 1TB in size, and both of them are a member of an MD RAID-1 array, as created by this command: mdadm --create /dev/md0 /dev/sda /dev/sde --level=1 --metadata=1.0 The argument --...
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memtest86+ cannot boot via systemd-boot EFI

Recently has been released version 6 of Memtest86+ which finally introduce UEFI support. Now, I use systemd-boot as boot manager, so I'd like to launch memtest86+ directly at boot. I set up a ...
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Can systemd-boot load a kernel from an arbitrary partition?

I have a disk with three paritions: a boot partition (with systemd-boot), root file system 1, and root file system 2 In past embedded systems I've done, I've stored the kernel for each of these file ...
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Which Process Throws Error "StartImage failed: Load Error"?

I'm debugging a failed installation of systemd-boot on a multiboot Linux system (multiple instances of Ubuntu 20.04 & 22.04 in discrete partitions). Sadly, the only consequence of bootctl install ...
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IOTOP complains: CONFIG_TASK_DELAY_ACCT not enabled in kernel

Looking about, I see that the standard fix is to add this to the kernel boot parameters. Using systemd-boot, my arch.conf looks like this : title Arch Linux linux /vmlinuz-linux initrd /intel-...
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I messed up systemd-boot by being foolish. No longer able to boot into PopOS or windows 10

I did the classic thing of being in a rush and not thinking, copying the following commands blindly from this other post. sudo apt install grub-efi-amd64 sudo bootctl remove sudo grub-install --...
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Dual boot keeps booting to windows

My setup: 1 hdd with Windows 10 installed 1 ssd with Archlinux using systemd-boot installed Motherboard: MSI X470 Gaming Pro I first installed Arch, then Windows 10 and the dual boot worked like a ...
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Triple boot with systemd-boot: How to boot Windows 10 and 11 directly without Windows boot manager?

I recently installed Windows 11 on my home PC in addition to Arch Linux but my wife isn't ready to switch until after her exams, so we keep Windows 10 around for now, leading to a very convoluted ...
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Deleted the Windows EFI partition, What to do?

I installed Pop-OS in a dual-boot system. Previously, my EFI partition was around 250mb. Pop Installer told me that it was too small. So instead of resizing and moving (due to possibility of data loss ...
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How to "properly" set boot options

What is the correct way to set boot options with systemd-boot? I currently add them to the options line in the current.conf file at /boot/efi/loader/entries/, but this gets overwritten with any ...
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EFI Boot list and EFI Boot Manager timeout setting not working

How can I change the 'timeout' setting of the EFI boot manager? I am trying to dual-boot Windows 8 and Ubuntu and I would like to be able to choose one or the other OS at my machine boot time. I ...
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How can I "chain-load" grub from systemd-boot

So in the process of getting systemd-boot working on one partition, which is its own install, and having another install in parallel which is using grub, I'd like to make systemd-boot, boot to grub as ...
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Get version of boot file

I'm trying to figure out how systemd-boot determines the version of its boot file. In my current setup (all VMs), I'm running Debian 10, Fedora 34, and Manjaro 21.0.7, all using the same bootloader. ...
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Systemd service not working with Java and Python

I'm running my Discord Music Bot on a VPS, and to start the bot as the VPS does, I have a service called "bot.service" (located in /etc/systemd/system), which have the following: [Unit] ...
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`systemctl reboot --boot-loader-entry` not working with certain bootloader entries

I'm trying to setup an easy way to reboot my system into a specified boot-loader, whether that's Windows or another version of Linux. On my test system, I've installed systemd-boot and created entries ...
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'bootctl status' showing options unavailable

Have (2) Linux Mint 20.1 systems - one regular hardware, one a VMware VM. I've installed/configured systemd-boot on both, but I'm seeing different available settings on each. So far, the only ...
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Can systemd-boot remember your previous choice?

Is it possible to have systemd-boot remember your last choice and default to that at next boot?
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Arch boot WARNING: pci DPC: RP PIO log size 0 is invalid

I installed Arch on my new Dell 9300 following this guide: https://github.com/Spissable/arch-linux-installation/blob/master/README.md Everything works fine, I can boot into my system. But there are ...
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systemd-boot doesn't detect Windows

I recently installed Pop!_OS alongside with Windows 10 (installed Win10 first) and my problem is that when i boot into PopOS it doesn't detect Windows 10 as a boot option, it directly boots into PopOS ...
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Can multiple lvm2 volumes in a single volume group be bootable root volumes?

Or, perhap equivalently, can a bootable root volume be named other than "root"? While installing a new version of a Linux IS I created an lvm2 logical volume named "ub20-root" ...
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Pop OS: systemd-boot can't detect Windows

I've followed the classic procedure to install Windows and Linux in dual boot. First I installed Windows in UEFI mode, then I use a bootable PopOS key to resize the main Windows partition; I created a ...
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arch linux systemd boot: missing /vmzlinuz-linux and /initramfs-linux.img

I am arch linux. One day it stopped showing in systemd boot menu. So I booted live arch via usb, mounted bootloader partition and ran bootctl list --esp-path="/mnt". This is output: title: ...
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How to add Windows 10 from another NVME drive to systemd-boot loader entries?

I have tried updating the systemd-boot configuration according to this: https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/systemd-boot I am trying to add Windows 10 to my boot menu. Here are my drives: ...
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Pop OS, How to enable boot messages to be printed on screen during boot up

In Ubuntu I know how can I enable post message from below link But currently I'm using Pop! OS is same branch/implementation from Ubuntu but I can not find way how can I enable post message at boot ...
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Can't delete UEFI variable - no space left / operation not permitted

I'm installing Arch Linux on a new machine, and I've gotten to the point where I need to configure the bootloader, however this is failing: # bootctl install Failed to create EFI Boot variable entry: ...
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Start a systemd user service at system boot instead of at user login

Given a service definition at ~/.config/systemd/user/do-something.service for UID 1000, which is installed, enabled, and starts automatically at login, I would like the do-something.service to start ...
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Load EFI file from foreign volume with systemd-boot

I have two efi partitions on two different drives (one for windows, one for the rest). I'm aware that it normally should be unified, but there may be some applications where you'd want to preserve ...
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What exactly happens with wanted and conflicted units while isolating to target

Following use case: unit A and unit B are wanted by target T. Unit A conflicts B. Unit B is started before unit A. System boots into target T. If I understand the docs correctly, unit A will stop ...
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How to do partial shutdown into BIOS?

I'm running a dual boot system on my laptop (both are linux distros). It takes ~20 seconds from power-on to the UEFI systemd-boot menu where I can select which OS I want to boot into. Is there a way ...
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Show/hide systemd-boot menu

I use systemd-boot as boot manager. I have the menu with many entries but 90% of time I choose entry #3. Is there a way to hide the menu as default? In this way when I want to boot #3, it skips ...
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Rescue system/Live bootable from systemd-boot

I am looking for a distro able to Live boot-up directly from systemd-boot for rescue system purposes. Basically is a: Live CD/USB with some rescue tools, such as partitioning tools, etc. bootable ...
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How to match systemd-boot and init font

I'd like to have systemd-boot font matched with init process (systemd). My system is Arch Linux. I attach two screenshot; one of systemd-boot, one from init process. Is there a way to match fonts?...
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systemd-boot cannot find my root

I'm running Debian Testing (Buster) and I'm swapping from Grub2 to systemd as I couldn't get Grub2 to work and someone suggested I try systemd-boot instead. The boot/root drive is on an eMMC drive on ...
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Uninstall grub from Debian (I'am using systemd-boot!)

The first thing I do with a new Linux box is to install systemd-boot. Grub, one would think this abomination was made of the hand of MS! Okay, back to subject: I just ran an upgrade on my new Debian ...
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Prevent systemd-boot menu from showing up every time lid is closed and hibernates with windows 10

I have an laptop with two disks, and i am dual booting Arch Linux and Windows 10. Every time i close the lid of the PC and it hibernates the boot menu shows up. How can i prevent this, and make it so ...
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How to specify cryptdevice by label using systemd boot?

I'm running Arch Linux with systemd boot. In /boot/loader/entries/arch.conf I currently specify the luks crypto device with a line like this: options rw cryptdevice=/dev/sda1:ABC root=/dev/...
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systemd-boot skips boot menu and ignores settings in /loader/loader.conf

Recently, after I've done something to my multiboot system, when I boot NixOS with systemd-boot, boot menu does not show up anymore even though the timeout is still set to 2 seconds in /loader/loader....
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Error, cannot bind to the specified serial port /dev/ttyUSB0 during boot using systemd

I am trying to run a launch file during boot up using systemd. The launch file launches rplidar. When I run directly the .sh file it's launching the lidar. $ systemctl status rosCore.service ● ...
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how to use systemd-boot on a KVM vitual server?

I'm installing Arch Linux manually (using an ISO image) on a KVM virtual private server. I'm booted into the ISO image, but it was not booted with EFI. Is it possible to use systemd-boot in this ...
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