Oh, oops my SSD does not get mounted with the filesystem that I want with systemd-boot apparently.
My SSD shows up as ext4 instead of F2FS. Is there a fix for this? lol...
@RMW I'd check your fstab and make sure everything's correct.
@Lofenyy It isn't, but I believe that sysd boot makes its own fstab on boot...
Is this incorrect?
@RMW From my understanding, EFI starts sysd-boot, which loads the initramfs, which contains a copy of /etc/fstab and mounts that stuff, then runs init.
I'd correct your fstab just in case it makes a difference.
# KERNEL PARAMETER EXPLANATION
# quiet loglevel=3 should avoid text during boot
# i915.fastboot=1 should avoid unnecessary modesetting during boot for intel cards
# nvidia-drm.modeset=1 nvidia fast boot, should be disabled for bumblebee
# intel_iommu=on enable IOMMU for KVMs iommu=pt prevent doing this on devices which don't support this
- run sbupdate
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