hi! i had ubuntu 14.04 up and running on my laptop smoothly. for some reasons i wanted to setup a dual boot with centos. actually i had fedora in one of the partitions of which i thought to format and install centos. i think i made some mistake while installing centos which resulted me to end up with a scary grub rescue screen.
I've been trying several combinations of OSX, CentOS to try and get CentOS
installed on an old iMac. I finally first installed OS X, then installed
CentOS in the open space after OS X. With refit installed and selecting
CentOS, it starts booting but get a screen that a boot device can't e
found. So I then install Xubuntu with the option to replace OS X.
Ok. After much deliberation I have decided to upgrade my RAM to 8gb on my laptop and Install CentOS. Then once CentOS is successfully installed and running, I will then download/Install VirtualBox ... [by Whiplashx2007]
I wanted to setup a dual boot for Windows 7 and Centos 7
I had a Windows 7 machine with 500GB disk. I shrank the Windows partition to provide space for Centos 7 (roughly 230GB). I created a USB Centos 7 netinstall stick and booted from that. I ran the install configured as best I knew to install Centos 7 into the free space (rather than over the whole disk).
I recently installed CentOS 7 on a machine that has been running Windows 7. I did a dual boot installation and installed CentOS in a partition. But when I boot up my machine, it only gives me two CentOS options. It does not give me the option to choose to boot Windows 7. How can I add windows 7 back to the boot options?
I have a second drive on my Windows machine that i want to reserve for centos and practice for the RHCSA. I seem to successfully install centos but the Grub boot loader does not come up when the m... [by oshybrid]
I have successfully(at least I think I have) installed Ubuntu to a flash drive, and my laptop will boot from it; however, when I tried to boot it on a different laptop, a blank screen with a blinking cursor on the top left appeared. The laptop I used to install Ubuntu to the USB was Windows 8.1, but the other laptop is Windows 7, is this the problem?