Missing Garuda option

After setup assistant process and then reboot. I am missing Garuda and Garuda advanced options in the grub menu.

Only see the windows bootmanager at the top and Garuda snapshots

Win or Garuda assistant?


After login in from snapshot use terminal

sudo update-grub
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I'm sure that would have done it but i just reinstalled again and it did the trick.

I added "don't set garuda boot manager as default untill you complete the setup assistant".

By default my computer uses windows boot manager ignoring anything else. But yea.

Thanks for the reply will bookmark it so i know next time.

M$ know only M$ (I hate that ignorance Monopolist behavior)
Garuda boot grub knowing all other OS.
So, install first M$ than Garuda, use Garuda grub boot. Then you are fine.

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Better yet, install M$ "not".

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Correct!
I wouldn't install M $ either, but it's there.
Everything that is there has its right to exist, at least I think :neutral_face:

The dictators of this world will be delighted to hear that. :wink:

</kidding,OT>
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You say that like Leprosy is a good thing?

Relax, I'm only kidding around. :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:

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Plain text.
I chose the laptop I own according to my needs. This model was only available with a pre-installed M $.
Well, I should have installed Linux over it, but I haven't.

Oh my God, how I would love to do a few laps over Chennai with a Piper :grin:

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But I know that. :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:

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