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Assuming you are using a UEFI system. When you install Ubuntu, the GRUB bootloader is stored at /boot/efi/EFI/ubuntu. So it is very important when you install each of your systems that you specifically tell the installer to put GRUB on the drive you are installing on... yet I have a feeling this will still fail because when you install the 2nd copy of Ubuntu, it will automatically "update-grub" at the conclusion of the install causing the 2nd install to "see" the first install. My guess is that it overwrites the GRUB from the first install. It will not make a ubuntu(2) folder for GRUB, so only one is being recognized.When I install Ubuntu on both hdd's only one installation shows up.
Assuming grub was installed properly, it looks like two issues ought to be addressed.I would like two independent Linux (Ubuntu) installations residing on two separate SSDs both installations encrypted with luks.
One installation for web surfing. & the other installation completely for offline use.
When I install Ubuntu on both hdd's only one installation shows up.
Also, to help grub menu appear, comment out the config: GRUB_TERMINAL=console
if it's not already commented out with # at the start of its line.