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MoBo Firmware (BIOS) BootMenu - UEFI Only

Default Boot Sequence:
1. Bios BootMenu (to show hit F12)
Default Kubuntu
2. Kubuntu BootMenu (Grub2) - 5 sek
Default Windows Boot Manager
2. Windows Boot Manager (EFI) - 5 sek
Default Windows 10 on /dev/sdb4

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Disk & Partition Structure
Updated 2019-04-15

Win BM (Legacy) Disk0 /dev/sda

Ranish BM MBR Disk0 - p3/p4 hidden

Linux Mint 18.3 KDE Disk0 p2 /dev/sda2
Updated Jan 2018

Win BM (EFI) Disk1 p2
not using the Metro BM - too slow!

Kubuntu 18.04 Disk1 p6 /dev/sdb6
Updated Apr 2018

openSUSE 15.0 KDE Disk1 p7 /dev/sdb7
Updated May 2018

Fedora 28 KDE Disk1 p8 /dev/sdb8
Updated Apr 2018

Win BM (Legacy) Disk2 /dev/sdc

Ranish BM MBR Disk2 - p3/p4 hidden

Note: Update-grub of the Debian distros (Kubuntu and Linux Mint) do not pick up the full command line of the non-Debian distros (openSUSE and Fedora), leaving out the for my PC important command "iommu=soft". Therefore I have to add extra full menuentries for openSUSE and Fedora manually, using etc/grub.d/40_custom of Kubuntu and Linux Mint respectively.

Also I have added manually the menuentries for the experimental distros Android-x86 and PhoenixOS