So I did a clean install (replacing Ubuntu).
I set 512 mb for /boot (fat32), 20gb for / (BTRFS), and about 90gb for /home (BTRFS).
After installing the initial updates and rebooting, I only see the wallpaper (no dock or top bar) for about 5 minutes.
Also, when I open up the terminal(Konsole) it won’t allow me to enter any commands. It just flashes _.
Everything else just seems to run incredibly slow.
I had Garuda installed prior to Ubuntu, and everything ran fine.
I am running it on a Lenovo legion 5
Cpu: AMD ryzen 7 5800H
Gpu: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050 TI
Upon confirming the migration, previous configuration files are renamed to *.bak, in case you want to revert the changes. Otherwise, the migration can be started by accessing the tray menu of garuda-system-maintenance.
Are you dual-booting? 512 MB is way more than your Garuda install needs, that's why I ask. Just one Garuda install uses like 1 MB on EFI, no joke. You can make the EFI partition much smaller. 300 MB is the default.
You don't need to worry about the flags, when you choose /boot/efi as the mountpoint the installer will add the flag automatically. Other flags are not needed.