(Cross-posted in Linux StackExchange)
So I'm trying to dual boot OS X and Manjaro. Using the graphical installer of Manjaro, you're given the option (well, it's an obligation) to create a partition that mounts to /boot/efi.
Manjaro installs without any problem and when the Mac reboots it goes straight up into Manjaro.
The thing is I want to make OS X the default boot option and not Manjaro. If I press alt on the Mac Keyboard just after booting (and before it goes into Manjaro) I get to the disk selection screen and I can select OS X fine, it'll boot correctly.
BUT if I try to make OS X as default boot drive in OS X System Preferences and then go to the alt menu at boot and select the manjaro drive it instead goes to OS X...
I even tried this https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/MacBookPro11,x#Method_1:_creating_an_extra_apple-format_bootable_partition_with_GRUB in the Arch Wiki and it gets me to GRUB but then Manjaro fails to boot....
What should I do?