I made a post earlier about my being stuck on “loading basic drivers”, but a new title was necessary. After 58 minutes(!), it managed to load the basic drivers and proceeded to the installation screen. The installation completed but I’m now having a more serious issue:
I get booted into just a GRUB console:
When selecting a boot device at start, I for some reason see Debian still there as an entry. Even though I deleted it with this guided install of TW. I’m only using one SSD and replaced Debian with TW. Here are the entries:
In BIOS settings, this is the only boot order:
But then there’s “extra” settings for this aka “BBS priorities” showing all the entries:
After I disabled the third option, which was Debian, I’m now only presented the options of opensuse and opensuse-secureboot. If I choose secureboot, I get booted into the empty GRUB console after I get prompted to enter passphrase for hd0,gpt3 (I think it’s the root password).
If I choose the regular opensuse option, it shows a secure boot violation:
If I disable secureboot and choose the regular option, I’m once again asked for the passphrase, but then it also shows some errors:
Anyway, I enabled Secure Boot back and the “current situation” is that if I select the opensuse-secureboot boot option, I boot straight into the GRUB console. If I choose the regular boot option, it just shows a security boot violation. That’s it.
What do I do? My BIOS is UEFI. And during the TW installation, I confirmed it showed EFI/UEFI or whatever before the final step. But clearly something is messed up since for some reason the Debian boot entry is still there. I don’t have any OS installed at the moment, so I can’t really use a different system. All I have is the TW USB which for some reason took 58 minutes to “load the basic drivers”.
Here’s the proposed partitioning that should be about what I did to my SSD. But this is before I did guided partitioning to enable encryption and increased SWAP size. But that’s the only thing I changed, so it should be something like this:
I’d really appreciate your help! Thanks in advance.