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Ubuntu pretty much will help you do all you need if you have successfully created a USB Bootable Ubuntu, and then changed the boot priority to boot from External/USB from the boot screen. Follow these instruction to create the bootable USB: http://www.ubuntu.com/download/desktop/create-a-usb-stick-on-windows Here you can find the instruction on how to ...


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Just remove the quiet splash from the GRUB cmdline. Now you should see text output which will also tell you whether there are errors on boot. If it still stays blank, try Boot Repair If you are getting lots of text, search for any errors shown there. Add these errors to your questions. This is best done by copying the boot logfile from within the Live ...


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Is it really missing or just not the default anymore? This may just be a misconception, please take a look at the boot order in your firmware setup screen or run efibootmgr if you are in Ubuntu. Windows actually installed two bootloaders: the default UEFI bootloader for the drive in \EFI\boot\bootx64.efi, which – to my experience – will create a new entry ...


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If you want Ubuntu on the same disk as Windows 8.1, here are the steps to go through: 1) [Turn off Windows Fast Boot][1] 2) You need to shrink the main Windows 8.1 partition. This can be tricky, as Windows expects a certain partition scheme to be used. Let me show you a diagram: [(Windows RE Tools)(EFI System Partition)(Microsoft Reserved ...


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You can change this with a kernel parameter: root=/dev/sda1 console=ttyS0,57600n8 console=tty1 will make all messages go to tty1. You need to add this to Grub and How do I add a kernel boot parameter? explains that.


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I'm just going to take a stab in the dark here and say that Syslinux probably isn't able to locate ldlinux.sys. ldlinux.sys is added by Syslinux when it the bootloader is installed. It is the second stage of the Syslinux bootloader (the whole bootloader doesn't fit in 412(?) bytes). The deal is, though, that it has to be at a specific point on the disk. If ...


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Ubuntu 11.04 Page link: http://old-releases.ubuntu.com/releases/11.04/ Ubuntu 11.04 - Desktop X86-32 Direct link: http#://old-releases.ubuntu.com/releases/11.04/ubuntu-11.04-desktop-i386.iso Ubuntu 11.04 - Desktop X86-64 Direct link: http://old-releases.ubuntu.com/releases/11.04/ubuntu-11.04-desktop-amd64.iso Ubuntu 11.04 - Server X86-32 Direct link: ...


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First mount all the ext4 partitions inside /media directory.Then run the below commands. I assume, you have 3 ext4 partitions, sudo mkdir /media/part1 sudo mkdir /media/part2 sudo mkdir /media/part3 Create directories on/media to get you partitions mounted. sudo mount /dev/sdaX /media/part1 sudo mount /dev/sdaY /media/part2 sudo mount ...


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If the boot partition is 100% full will my system still be able to boot? Yes, you can be able to boot Ubuntu. Are temp files written in /boot during the boot process? No temporary files were written to the /boot directroy while booting.


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After you boot into Ubuntu 14.04, make sure you perform a complete system update (sudo apt-get update followed eventually by sudo apt-get dist-upgrade just in case you have heldback packages). You can run previously mentioned commands and the next one in a terminal window (press Ctrl+Alt+T for the terminal window to pop-up). After you finish updating the ...



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