On Wed, Aug 14, 2019 at 03:50:00PM -0400, Jakob L. Kreuze wrote: > However, I still cannot seem to reproduce this issue with the most > recent master. Everything boots fine. I've extracted the bootloader > installation "script", and everything appears to be normal to me.
Sorry it took me so long to reply, I didn't have access to the broken machine until now. As you requested here is the partitions as listed by parted: Number Start End Size File system Name Flags 1 1049kB 3046kB 2097kB grub bios_grub 2 3146kB 540MB 537MB fat32 efi boot, esp 3 540MB 2588MB 2048MB linux-swap(v1) swap 4 2588MB 750GB 748GB ext4 guixsd /boot/efi looks ok as far as I can tell at least. It's tree is: /boot/efi/ └── EFI ├── grub │ └── grubx64.efi ├── Guix │ └── grubx64.efi └── GuixSD └── grubx64.efi All 3 grubx64.efi files differ from each other and are around 120kb. ==================================================================== But considering you can't reproduce the issue would it be a good idea for me to reinstall and see if I can even reproduce it? Although I think this time I would leave off the bios_grub partition I'm willing to keep testing the current bug if it's important or indicative of a more serious problem. But please don't feel obligated to keep working on this just for me, I'm perfectly fine just reinstalling. The issue doesn't seem to affect my desktop anyway, I was able to upgrade it smoothly. It's always possible the issue was caused by some strange combination involving the patched bug, from earlier in the discussion, and my weird partition layout. Might not even be worth investigating unless it happens to someone else (or me again after a fresh install).