[arch-general] Dual boot Arch with Windows 10

Yi Zheng goodmenzy at gmail.com
Mon May 27 07:00:22 UTC 2019

I hate UEFI...................

Ali Emre Gülcü via arch-general <arch-general at archlinux.org> 于2019年5月27日周一

> >
> > create a USB-Key, install extlinux onto it.  In extlinux.conf, you can
> > provide kernel cmdline, with root=UUID=xxx-xxx-xxx-xxx
> > In that way, you can boot your archlinux(and any other linux) from USB,
> and
> > using your main HDD(partition) as the rootfs.
> >
> > Note, every time you update the kernel, you must copy the updated vmliuz
> +
> > initramfs.img into you USB disk.
> >
> > That is not a LIVE USB-Key, it just an bootable kernel + initramfs. Not a
> > completed OS.
> >
> You can do that just in case but I don't think it will be necessary. I am
> using Arch for years now in 3 different UEFI computers with Windows 10.
> Just follow the installation guide and boot loader wiki page. Just like
> Jason and Artur linked, wiki warns you for possible problems before you
> face them and suggests fixes.
> In case you wonder, I am using systemd-boot with (almost) default configs.
> Never used GRUB with Arch but it doesn't cause any problems on other Linux
> distros (at least for me) with Windows 10 dual boot so it is a safe bet
> too.
> >

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