Even though Ubuntu does support Secure Boot it comes with signed bootloaders I have no idea if my method uses the signed bootloaders or not. For starters, you are missing the point that these instructions will be carried out primarily by people who have laptops which are a. If you still have this issue you may want to use efibootmgr as root, e. If those two conditions are met, just install whatever Linux flavor you prefer. Two partitions; one for general data, the other, flagged as 'boot' by gParted, for booting multiple versions of Puppy Linux.
In this case you need to list the subvolumes and mount them. Should I go ahead and make the changes in Ubuntu on the ssd, or would they be futile? Now I do not know how to fix it other than trying the steps again, which did not work the last time. A 1gb swap area was enough to be very fast by comparison to the winpe. I'll check out that virtual box. I've also go a MacBook that will likely be using the drive most often. Make appropriate backups of any files or settings if they are on the hard drive s you are working with. Thank you for your post.
You saved my day twice. You can download it here. And would this approach still work on any computer, fully portable? I've been booting these Pups from that drive for over 2 years. For safety of the hard drives, I suggest to remove the battery or power cord first. Here is what I did: 1. Now I am teaching classes, I need a dual boot laptop computer, I still do not feel like to use virtual machine.
This guide assumes the use of btrfs and will point out the caveats with this approach. I assume you are using windows on your computer. Το dual boot συμπεριλαμβανομένου του boot από εξωτερικό δίσκο με full disk encrypted Linux παίζει μια χαρά. After all, how do you fix a bricked Windows installation if you are not allowed to fix the boot?! After the Windows boot drive is disconnected, reinstall the battery or power supply. Had you done this, then the laptop would really not even know about Linux, and Windows would boot normally.
Even if the automatic repair fails you can then go to the command prompt and do everything you need — the drive is now unlocked. I am not experienced with Linux, I read in an article where the solution given was as follows: How can I get secure boot working also on multiple machines? So hopefully nothing bad ever comes of it. The 0 means the first hard disk, while the 1 means the first partition on it. The umount is only necessary if Ubuntu automatically mounted the filesystem. . Βρήκα αυτό αλλά δεν είμαι σίγουρος εάν είναι η ευκολότερη λύση να το κάνω έτσι και αν θα πετύχει. If u don't,nothing to worry I will make it clear for you.
Also, people have experienced similar issues. Are you suggesting to do the initial installation in legacy mode? Please don't try to mislead other forum members by quoting complete drivel. Saying it doesn't happen to you, is being arrogant. Since the only i8nstalled or available hard disk is the portable one, it will be installed as single boot without altering the disconnected internal drive. Click on this menu and select again your external partition. Installing the Linux bootloader in the default permanent configuration changes these entries. I just finished this procedure, and it works.
I was trying to install Ubuntu 18. Here are a few examples. You can of course try your luck with boot-repair and if it fails just pout instead of using the free instructions someone posted on the Internet. But I think that is unrelated. Btw I also used btrfs and it did not cause any issues. Instead of the external drive you selected the internal and that caused the issue.
They are also woefully inadequate in terms of speed. This file is designed for user-added custom boot entries. Judging by everything else you said you are unlikely to follow instructions. To be precise, the rest of the instructions you posted from that article would have to be carried out every single time you want to boot to Linux. This is the exact opposite to user-friendly.