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Ubuntu is the default OS and is installed in Legacy. That's the problem. With Windows (almost certainly) installed in EFI/UEFI mode and Ubuntu installed in BIOS/CSM/legacy mode, there's no way for the BIOS-mode GRUB to start the EFI-mode Windows. If you followed instructions to activate BIOS/CSM/legacy support, those instructions were wrong. (There are ...
You're running into some variety of Secure Boot error. My hunch is that your computer lacks the keys needed to boot Ubuntu; or possibly there's a bug involved, probably in your EFI's Secure Boot implementation. (I've seen some computers refuse signed copies of Shim, which is the tool that Ubuntu uses as a Secure Boot solution.) It could also be that you've ...
In the end I found that I had to install Ubuntu from a DVD, not a USB. That worked perfectly.
use command sudo ln -s /usr/bin/arm-linux-gnueabi-gcc /usr/bin/arm-linux-gcc EDIT: as you comment you are getting error : ln: failed to create symbolic link ‘/usr/bin/arm-linux-gcc’: File exists it means there is already symbolic link exist with name arm-linux-gcc . either keep another name if you don't have problem with name or if you created this ...
There's a / missing in usr/bin/arm-linux-gcc. Use sudo ln -s /usr/bin/arm-linux-gnueabi-gcc /usr/bin/arm-linux-gcc
Have you made any progress on this? Make sure you're using UEFI mode to boot/install, inability to shutdown is caused by buggy firmware (https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Acer_Aspire_E11_Series).
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