Re: How to Boot with LVM
I booted up a rEFInd stick. Two boots were found, the first one was the HDD Debian instance and it booted. The second would not boot so I could not identify it.
I opened the EFI shell and found:
Fs0: no content
Fs1: no content
Fs2: no content
Fs3: rEFInd stick
Fs4 - 7: no content
Fs8: <dir> EFI
Cd EFI -> <dir> debian
Cd debian -> grubx64.efi
No further content.
Fs9: has linux partions and vmlinuz and initrd.img
This was built 8/30 and last updated 9./5. -> the HDD debian instance.
Fs10 - 12: not a correct mapping.
Blk0 - 8: no content
Blk9: rEFInd stick
Blk10-24 no content
Blk25: not an internal or external commnd or...
Blk26: <dir> EFI -> Same as fs8:
Blk27: has linux partions ...
Blk28: not content
Blk29: not a correct mapping.
I think there is a way to use this to recover this but have not found it yet.