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This looks like Windows Update did something very naughty to your EFI partition. The main problem I see in your question is that systemd can't find /boot/efi This is mounted using the config file /etc/fstab. For whatever reason, The /boot/efi entry in /etc/fstab is looking for a file system that no longer exists. This would be consistent with having ...


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As rastafile points out there is little cooperation between distributions. Getting to a point that they can work together is harder than it sounds. Where a lot of distributions offer signed versions designed to work with TPMs it's next to impossible to come up with a commercial arrangement allowing one distribution to just drop changes into another's ...


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Should I be using /dev/mapper/ubuntu--vg-root to mount my root image so that the mirror stays intact? Yes sir. It looks like, even if quite broken, your system launched the LVM stuff and your PV/VG/LV has been correctly detected. So just mounting your LV will work and keep your mirror synchronized.


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The second GRUB option is to boot in rescue mode, when something has gone haywire. To remove it: 1) Remove the kernel image file rm -rf /boot/vmlinuz-0-rescue-6b78... 2) Remove the boot option from GRUB grubby --remove-kernel=/boot/vmlinuz-0-rescue-6b78... (obviously, complete the commands with the correct number) You can safely remove this entry if ...


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Unfortunately, the GPU BIOS has a built-in priority order in which it probes the output connectors in order to find the "primary" display at boot time. The first connected display will get the boot messages, and any other displays will get no picture until the OS is loaded and its GPU drivers activate the other connectors. Changing the priority order would ...


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