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    Question Problem Image Network Image

    Hi,

    Im trying to update my grub but when my system try to read the bootable pendrive I recive an error that some "DejaVuSans" files are missing. Im using Rufus to install the disk image in my pendrive and before I try to load the image with my system I can see the files there, and after that, the files are gone.

    What could be happing?
    I can install others distros with the same pendrive using Rufus.

    Im using the NET image of Leap 15.3




    Ps - Im having this issue with grub after I update my system monday [23/02]: after I reboot the system my grub doesnt show in my BIOS, i can only go to Windowns or use the instalation pendrive to boot my old openSuse distro. Will fix if I reinstall the system?

    Ps2 - the PATH to the files "missing" : \boot\x86_64\grub2-efi\themes\openSUSE

    Ps3 - I try to download from another mirror, same error

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    Default Re: Problem Image Network Image

    Quote Originally Posted by Kakub View Post
    Hi,
    Ps - Im having this issue with grub after I update my system monday [23/02]: after I reboot the system my grub doesnt show in my BIOS, i can only go to Windowns or use the instalation pendrive to boot my old openSuse distro. Will fix if I reinstall the system
    It happens when the boot loader update the NVRAM Entry is enabled sometime.
    You can try as su in the terminal:
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    grub2-install --target=x86_64-efi --no-nvram --removable
    It happened to me also in tumbleweed.

    You can uncheck the NVRAM Entry in Yast2 when you able to boot normally.
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    Default Re: Problem Image Network Image

    Quote Originally Posted by Kakub View Post
    Ps - Im having this issue with grub after I update my system monday [23/02]: after I reboot the system my grub doesnt show in my BIOS, i can only go to Windowns or use the instalation pendrive to boot my old openSuse distro.
    With some systems, this can be due to the "pmbr_boot" flag. With some BIOS, if the "pmbr_boot" flag is set, it will only do traditional MBR booting. However, this does not prevent UEFI booting of a USB device, and then the USB device can boot your system. What you describe seems to possibly fit that.

    Search for "pmbr_boot" on google for information on how to check and how to unset this flag.
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