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  • Tony Baloney

    No, you have to add cros_debug cros_legacy to the cloudready grub command line for it to work. Remember Manjaro will find two unknown Linux installations, one on sda18 & the other on sda20. Only one is the current cloudready active boot option. After each update on cloudready it flips to the other. If you have a bios boot option like mac's bootcamp you can install them both with two different efi partitions & select at startup.

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  • Tony Stark

    Hey Tony,

    Unfortunately, I don't have an option like that on my laptop. I have to jump through hoops just to get manjaro to work, so I can't not use Manjaro's grub if I wanna be able to detect my operating systems.

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  • Tony Baloney

    What rig you rolling?

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  • Tony Stark

    I'm running an Acer e5 57d4 laptop. I installed cloudready onto another hard drive and then installed Linux on the same hard drive. Thanks for that command, it now alloss me to use shell.

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