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Problem installing Fedora 19 on MacBook Pro 2,1view story

http://forums.fedoraforum.org – I am long time Fedora user, but having Fedora 14 in my MacBook Pro 17" I decided to upgrade to the new Fedora 19 release. I got the 32 bit install DVD version because my firmware is in 32 bit :( but this is not important because my machine has 3GB of memory. Anaconda installer never disappoint me: While Fedora becomes better with time, Anaconda becomes worst, and if this thing is true n (HowTos)

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GRUB 2 configuration auto-generation problemsview story

http://forums.fedoraforum.org – Hello, I recently installed Fedora 19, and I needed to do some customizations to my GRUB options so it will boot my Windows 8 installation. I tried the usual approach, editing the files in /etc/grub.d. (HowTos)

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Fedora 19 - welcomeview story

http://forums.fedoraforum.org – Hi, I've installed Fedora 19 and so far is good. Let me introduce myself - I use linuxes since many years, first was RedHad 4r5 on Amiga 4000 with PowerPC CPU. Last few years I'm looking for successor of Mandriva which will be not developed anymore, and which was my primary system used for work. (HowTos)

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[SOLVED] Grub background image -- no longer showingview story

http://www.kubuntuforums.net – Okay, could use some help/insight/suggestions. Two days ago my background image I use for the Grub background was working just fine. I pulled down the 1600x900 .jpg image from the Web (I had been using a larger, but resized image) and replaced the existing image with this one. (HowTos)

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Yum output message about Synaptics after Fedup upgradeview story

http://forums.fedoraforum.org – After doing the Fedup upgrade, booting into FC18, manually updating grub2, and rebooting, everything went well. I then neturally ran Yumex to update my system to the latest version of the FC18 packages. Again everything went well except for a minor glitch. (HowTos)

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Fresh install of Arch on sda, need win8 on sdbview story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – Unplug 'sdb' while you install Arch to make sure there's no possibility of doing something to break Win8, then after reconnecting the other drive you should be able to chainload from grub2 to sdb (hd1)Using GPT on the sda should have no impact on Win8. fukawi2 https://bbs.archlinux.org/profile.php?id=12663 2013-04-10T23:27:36Z (HowTos)

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[other] Install GRUB2 on hard driveview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Hello Forums, Background: I a few months ago I found a Dell Latitude D420 in a box of office things on the street. It was accompanied by its (19.5V 4.62A) [UNGROUNDED?!] power adapter and a docking station. I'm most familiar with Ubuntu so for convenience/functionality sake I'm going to have Ubuntu 12.04 installed. (Hardware)

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[ubuntu] Windows doesn't load: Invalid EFI File Pathview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – I installed Linux Mint, and in the process removed Windows 7 (the C:\ drive was corrupted). I had a backup, fortunately, so I reformatted the drive and restored the backup. Linux Mint recognizes the drive and all its files, GParted says it's a-ok, and GRUB recognizes it as an operating system. But when I try to boot to Windows 7, it spits out "Invalid EFI file path". (Hardware)

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Grub2 Fedora 18 Grub Menu not show, error flashes on screenview story

http://forums.fedoraforum.org – I have two new Fedora Installations where I am seeing error in the Grub Menu and instead of seeing 3 Kernel Levels in a menu, I get to see a glimpse of an error message and the boot process moves on. ------- I am very sorry about the following -------- This error message is in a text box with white text on a black background. The "box" is thing bordered box with grey line. (HowTos)

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<SOLVED> Please help me fix grub2.cfg, I lost access to my #!view story

http://crunchbang.org – ok, not that I was lazy and didn't want to tame this beast (I love a challenge) but got schoolwork to do, so I ended up repartitioning to toss the dedicated boot partition and reinstalled Lubuntu, Cinnarch and Crunchbang.I let each one write grub to MBR and this time I did #! last and after rebooting it can see all three systems and of course #! is set as the default. (HowTos)