I have custom desktop computer and I am looking to finish setting up my Ubuntu installation. I am trying to move the bootloader and GRUB for the Ubuntu installation to the disk where Ubuntu is installed.
I have multiple internal drives, but for this question only 2 of them matter. The first is a Samsung 960 Pro 1TB NVME SSD (device
/dev/nvme0n1). The second is a Samsung 850 PRO 1TB SSD (device
/dev/sdg). I have windows installed on the 960 Pro and Ubuntu installed on the 850 Pro.
The 850 Pro has the following partition structure:
- 512 MB EFI Partition
- 64 GB Ext4 @ /
- 64 GB Swap
- 870+ GB Ext4 @ /home
When I went through the Ubuntu installation GUI, I created this schema and selected
/dev/sdg1 in the 'Device for boot loader installation' menu. However, it seems that this selected was ignored and the boot loader was installed onto the 960 Pro. The UEFI BIOS of my Motherboard (Rampage V Edition 10) indicates this as the location of the boot loader for the Ubunutu installation. When I select, I boot into the GRUB menu with options to boot Ubuntu or boot Windows. When I boot into Ubunut, I can see that the EFI partition on the 960 Pro (
/dev/nvme0n1o2) is mounted at
/boot/efi using the disk utility application.
How do I move the Ubuntu bootloader to use the EFI partition on the 850 Pro SSD (