MacBook Air 4,2 Archbootview story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – I've been attempting an install of Arch on a new MacBook Air using Archboot 2012.01-1I'm installing from x86_64 with the following partitions:/dev/sda1 /boot/efi 200.0MB EFI System /dev/sda2 / 27.9GB Linux /dev/sda3 619.9MB Apple boot (Recovery HD) /dev/sda4 /home 84.3GB LinuxCan't get the wireless adapter detected, so I' (HowTos)

[SOLVED]Seeking help, Grub2 not seeing Windows partition.view story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – Upon startup, my system is only showing my Crunchbanglinux partition, not my Windows partition. Solutions, please? I eagerly installed #! with high hopes of finally getting into linux, being the linux-virgin that I am, and foolishly didn't back up any personal files or anything. if you have a solution, please help.Thanks in advance. (HowTos)

[ubuntu] 11.10 dual boot no grub menuview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – I have been trying to set up a dual boot ubuntu for a couple of days with no luck. With a clean machine, installing Windows 7 and then Ubuntu 11.10, on reboot, I do not get a grub menu, instead it goes straight into Windows. I tried installing Fedora 16 which worked as expected (Grub menu with Windows and Fedora options). Formatting the Fedora partition and re-installing Ubuntu over it gi (Hardware)

Disabling hard drive when booting from SD cardview story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – Many thanks for your suggestions. I tried it the way you described it. However i am not able to boot from my sd card. In general my laptop is able to boot sd cards. But in my case there seem to be some problems.i find my sd card under /dev/mmcblkp0 therefore i have to use grub2. (HowTos)

[ubuntu] Ubuntu 11.10 and Windows 7 do not work togetherview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Hi there. Before installing Ubuntu 11.10, I had 2 partitions in Windows, the second of which I split into 2, the second of which was used for the Ubuntu installation. However once the Ubuntu installation completed, I could no longer boot into Windows 7, every time I chose the option, the computer would restart and bring me back to the Grub menu. (Hardware)

[ubuntu] dual boot XP and 10.04 troubleview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Shown on GParted: /dev/sda1 NTFS XP /dev/sda2 extended /dev/sda5 ext3 unallocated /dev/sda6 linux-swap I removed a partition without thinking I would have boot problems It was Ubuntu 10.10 on /dev/sda7 which probably had grub2 on it. Would like get back to dual boot. Both sda1 and sda 5 should be OK and not corrupted. (Hardware)

[ubuntu] Problems moving Ubuntu 11.10 from laptop to dual-boot with Fedora 16view story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Hi everyone, I have Ubuntu 11.10 set up on my laptop (Toshiba Satellite A105-S2194) and wanted to move it over to my desktop (homebuilt with an AMD Athalon 1800 XP+ processor). I used Clonezilla to copy the disc over to a hard drive that's the exact same size as the one in my laptop. Then I installed it in the desktop, and ran the grub2 updater in fedora. (Hardware)

Dual Boot Windows 7 and Ubuntu on Two Hard Drivesview story

http://linux.bihlman.com – By Emma Rosenberg This article will detail how to dual boot Windows 7 and the latest Ubuntu distribution on a single computer using two hard drives. This is assuming you have two internal hard drives with an installation of Windows 7 already existing on one of them, and the second hard drive empty and ready for use. (General)

GRUB2 and EFI - File not found?view story

http://unix.stackexchange.com – I'm running Linux on a 8,3 2011 MacBook Pro. It uses EFI/rEFIt to boot. I was able to install GRUB2 EFI support, and it shows up just fine in the rEFIt boot menu. (HowTos)

[ubuntu] Windows 7 and Ubuntu image , dual boot not workingview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – I use clonezilla to restore images.I had a Mint12 and Ubuntu server 10.04 set up as a multiboot on single disk using grub2. I restored WIndows 7 image on the first partition , then Grub did not recognize Linux partitions, I restored 10.04. server on the disk booted from it and did #update-grub. It recognized all partitions and I could boot all distros. (Hardware)