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Windows 10 disk not found when trying to boot from Grub

Windows 10 disk not found when trying to boot from Grub I just installed Bliss OS 16 on my laptop. I can boot to Bliss OS just fine but when I tried booting to Windows it gave the me Error: disk ‘hdWindows’ not found instead. During GRUB2 installation a prompt to add sda1 that might …

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Find source code of ubuntu?

Find source code of ubuntu? as ubuntu is open source type os so i wonder where i can find all the codes of ubuntu os specific of the install code which run while installation of ubuntu os. And very helpful if you also tell about the languages used and actual execution process of installation. helpful …

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LUKS encryption: Hide disk unlock target on boot

LUKS encryption: Hide disk unlock target on boot I would like to hide the device name of the LUKS-encrypted disk that is supposed to be unlocked during boot on Kali Purple. Currently whenever I boot my system there is a password prompt and below a small text banner which reads "Please unlock disk sda1_crypt" (example …

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How Does the Debian Installer Search for Firmware on Demand?

How Does the Debian Installer Search for Firmware on Demand? Typically, after installing new firmware files, I need to reboot in order for the kernel to detect them and load them for my hardware to work properly. In the Debian installer, however, if you are missing firmware and you see this screen you can paste …

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What is the difference between /mnt/boot and /boot

What is the difference between /mnt/boot and /boot I’m installing Arch Linux and going by the instructions I want to mount the EFI partition at /boot, however I see on the internet people using both /boot and /mnt/boot and I have no idea what the difference is, if any. Asked By: user107586 || Source If …

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Ubuntu 22.04 not opening in GUI

Ubuntu 22.04 not opening in GUI I had some problems updating my old 20.04 to 22.04. After my initial update my kernel was still at 5.4.0-174. My system was starting but not everything was working. I’ve upgraded my kernel using the command apt-get install linux-image-generic-hwe-22.04 After the upgrade it looks like the system is starting. …

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What can I delete from UEFI boot partition?

What can I delete from UEFI boot partition? Bought a new machine, a fanless server type, and I have installed Arch Linux successfully. It boots, runs daemons, etc. The machine came with a (probably pirated) copy of Windows installed. What can I delete from the /boot directory (which is what /dev/sda1 is mounted on)? I’m …

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Ubuntu dual boot breaks after booting Windows

Ubuntu dual boot breaks after booting Windows I’ve installed Windows and Ubuntu 22.04 on two separate drives. Windows always boots fine. However, if I want to switch over to Ubuntu, after restarting the computer and selecting the Ubuntu boot option, it will load for a little longer than usual, show me the home screen, and …

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Ubuntu 22.04 on Raspberry Pi: /var/cache/fontconfig Gets Created Before /var Is Mounted

Ubuntu 22.04 on Raspberry Pi: /var/cache/fontconfig Gets Created Before /var Is Mounted I’m running Ubuntu 22.04 (Jammy Jellyfish, ARM64) on a Raspberry Pi. After imaging the Pi’s SSD, I re-partitioned the drive and mirrored the contents of /var onto the new partition (verified), renamed the original /var to /var.old before making a fresh, empty /var …

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Is it worth booting another OS via grub if they live on different drives?

Is it worth booting another OS via grub if they live on different drives? Foreword This is technically not a Ubuntu-specific question but I suspect it’s a valid question for Ubuntu users. Actual question Is it really worth booting a non-Ubuntu OS via grub, if it lives on a different physical drive than Ubuntu? Context …

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Can't boot any distro without acpi=off

Can't boot any distro without acpi=off I have really limited Linux know-how. Specs: Asus ROG Strix G15DS-R7700X088W AMD Ryzen 7 7700X NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070 2x 1TB SSDs; 1x M2 NVME with W11 running, 1x SATA Goal: Running Dual Boot with W11 on the first M2 SSD (already running fine) and Linux on the second …

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Fresh installation of 20.04 makes three partitions – right?

Fresh installation of 20.04 makes three partitions – right? Now to get to the bottom of my problems mentioned in another thread, I decided to install 20.04 anew. In order to not produce problems from the start on, I let the installation program do as it wished and use the whole disc. It then left …

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How to clone a specific partition of a qemu raw disk file to a physical partition

How to clone a specific partition of a qemu raw disk file to a physical partition I have a raw disk file as bellow $fdisk -l Monterey.img Disk Monterey.img: 14 GiB, 15032385536 bytes, 29360128 sectors Units: sectors of 1 * 512 = 512 bytes Sector size (logical/physical): 512 bytes / 512 bytes I/O size (minimum/optimal): …

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blank screen after ipv6.disable=1 removal from grub cmdline

blank screen after ipv6.disable=1 removal from grub cmdline I want to re-enable IPv6 on my system which is currently disabled in GRUB directly. But if I remove ipv6.disable=1, I then get a blank (backlit) screen. It took me tonight to figure out that I have a timeshift backup of OS (Linux Mint 21.3), I have …

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Fix broken /lib/modules/ and apt

Fix broken /lib/modules/ and apt I have a machine that went neglected for some time, and ended up with a full disk and full boot partition .. At that point any apt command would not work, because no space. Before we start, this server runs a minimal MySQL DB — and /var/log/ was at 14MB …

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How to erase or disable boot info from drives

How to erase or disable boot info from drives I have a computer with 5 hard drives, but when I stop the BIOS to look at my choices, it has 14 choices for booting (Including a DVD, but let’s ignore that). These are choices in BIOS, not in GRUB — so each one takes me …

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Grub2 is not using kernel grubby provides me. grub.cfg problem?

Grub2 is not using kernel grubby provides me. grub.cfg problem? I am using the linux surface kernel on Fedora 39, which I want to use as the default kernel GRUB2 selects on startup. It got set up as default kernel before and it worked, but then I changed GRUB config with GRUB_TIMEOUT=3 in /etc/default/grub and …

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Cannot get autoinstall 22.04 to boot

Cannot get autoinstall 22.04 to boot Hello I am trying to make an ubuntu 22.04 autoinstall usb 20.04 boots fine but I cannot get 22.04 going. I am running this on a headless & keyboardless server as my cat chewed through my keyboard cable In the grub I have changed the line to many things …

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Grub PXE boot – not looking for MAC/IP-based config

Grub PXE boot – not looking for MAC/IP-based config I am PXE-booting an Ubuntu 22.04 installation. For the grub image, I am using the one here . According to the docs: GRUB will search for its configuration files in order using the following rules where the appended value corresponds to a value on the client …

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Fedora Failing to Launch Linux Kernel 6.7.X, must boot twice to select kernel

Fedora Failing to Launch Linux Kernel 6.7.X, must boot twice to select kernel I have a newly built desktop running Fedora 39. (I have been told it may be important to note it has an NVidia GPU). A few days ago, the following occurred: I installed a normal system update For unrelated reasons, I rebooted …

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