I just installed Fedora and I ended up with 3 Fedora versions in my boot loader. Is this expected? What did I do wrong? How can I clean this up?
I have a SSD on which I installed Windows 10. Then, I created a new partition on which I chose to install Linux Mint. The dual boot was working very well, but I then decided I did not want to use Linux Mint but Fedora so I logged back in Windows, deleted the partition on which I had Linux Mint and started the process to install Fedora.
To install Fedora, I followed the instructions found on the official website and used Fedora Media Writer and a USB key. When creating the USB key, it failed the first time. Afterwards I booted from my USB drive and launched the live version of Fedora, chose to follow the installation steps from there. Then, my GRUB / boot loader was broken. It would not show up upon computer start, I had to change my UEFI/BIOS settings to boot either from Windows or Fedora. Note that at that time I had a ‘ubuntu’ option as well which I guess comes from Linux Mint (I forgot whether I still have it).
I fixed it by running a command from Windows terminal and by logging back to Fedora and also running another command from the terminal (I forgot which…).
Now the GRUB / boot loader is back and offers me 3 Fedora versions. I suppose the third one is to repair but I don’t understand option 1 and option 2. Attaching a picture.
Thanks a lot for your help.