I installed ArchLabs in a 1TB HDD with no problem. I used cfdisk to create the partitions: sda1 as EFI and sda2 as root. The partitions are the following:
sda1 as boot, sda2 as Archlabs root and sda3 empty for a future installation.
Today I decided to install Debian to have a dual boot system and I fulfilled it flawlessly.
I observed that, despite I have installed Archlabs in a efi mode, the path created was /boot/EFI… and not /boot/efi/EFI/… I executed the
sudo grub-mkconfig -o /boot/EFI/Archlabs/grubx64.efi
command and the output was the expected, but when I rebooted the computer, Debian does not appear in the options.
When I run a sudo ls /boot/EFI, it shows: ArchLabs BOOT Debian
In the Debian, the installation accepted was /boot/efi/EFI… Is that the problem? Is there a way to solve this problem without the need to reinstall them?