Well, recently I've gone mad with Manjaro, installing it on every machine i can get my hands on.
HP 360 laptop now runs great as is Intel NUC.
So, I grabbed the aging Asus N53S laptop and attempted to install Manjaro.
It has just one SSD 500 Gb and partitions looks like this:
/sda1 29Gb w7/NTFS <---- i guess this is the old Windows partition
/sda3 34Gb FAT32 <---- this i created during Manjaro install when it warned me about creating an efi partition mounted at /boot/efi
/sda5 164Gb EXT4 <----- Manjaro
/sda6 274Gb EXT4 <----- Linux Mint
when i boot, i was expecting see that wonderful large-font Manjaro boot screen, but
instead i'm seeing the same old Mint option.
so the question is how do i get Manjaro to show in the boot option?
thank you for any help....
from Mint, i did update-grub and it added Manjaro.
so now i see it as a boot option but when i select it, it immediately dumps a kernel panic!
something about failing to load root fs....
i will try another install.