I see a few threads involving the difficulty of getting a dual boot with windows 10 and oS. There is a recent thread which is solved covered my first set of install problems. I was gratefully helped this similar problem by diogenes_ on the IRC channel where he guided me through making a multiboot USB disk to overcome issues with my system. I have oS 42.3 installed sucessfully in shared partitions and mounted the /boot/efi (on second attempt, admitedly). However I cannot select oS upon boot up, I only default boot into Windows. I have seen many online documents to just use easyUEFI to fix the problem. However I am unsure what to do within the programme as I do not want to ruin my current windows install, even if it is backed up.
I can add new entry to my NVMe0 disk, where I can then select “Linux or other OS” & the /boot/efi. When browse for file to mount I can see the following
/EFI/Boot /EFI/Microsoft /EFI/opensuse
Within the opensuse tree is the following:
boot.csv grub.cfg grub.efi grubx64.efi MokManager.efi shim.efi
What do I select, my gut says grub64.efi ? Are their further steps after selecting one of the above.
This install has been very difficut to when I installed oS on my last laptop, though admittetly that was not in dual boot mode so I could use the whole hard disk. It was suggested that it is the lenovo laptop that I am using is being a *******, which is most likely as I have never had such issues before.
Some other info
System → Lenovo thinkpad X1 carbon 2017, secure boot disabled, UEFI only boot (CM disabled), bit locker encryption disabled, Windows 10
Any advice would be greatly appreciated. If there is another thread similar to this I would also be willing to read it would be great also, I like to learn as I fix through these problems