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HP BIOSes are a bit weird, I've been struggling with that, too. Does your BIOS Setup look like this (found on newer HP ProBooks), then follow below instructions. This was the only way I managed to get Ubuntu to boot on my laptop with Secure Boot enabled. In the BIOS setup, under System Configuration → Boot Options, you should find the option ...


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You could use xorriso. I don't remember why but I think this is not possible with mkisofs. Try: xorriso -as mkisofs \ -isohybrid-mbr /usr/lib/syslinux/mbr/isohdpfx.bin \ -c isolinux/boot.cat \ -b isolinux/isolinux.bin \ -no-emul-boot \ -boot-load-size 4 \ -boot-info-table \ -eltorito-alt-boot \ -e boot/grub/efi.img \ -no-emul-boot \ ...


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Install a partition editor, such as GParted, from software center or command line: sudo apt-get install gparted Now, open GParted. It will look something like this: At the top right dropdown menu, select your USB stick. If you don't know which your USB stick is: Use the disk size as an orientation. Also, the stick will most likely be FAT32-formatted. ...


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Recovery Mode - Terminal Have you tried rebooting into recovery mode? When the boot options screen appears: Advanced options > ***** (recovery mode) Accessing recovery mode This will allow you to access the terminal as root, and update graphics drivers etc. Fixes Back up first! you may damage your system trying to fix it so use this guide to backup in ...


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First run this command for a graphical environment sudo systemctl set-default graphical.target Because you have used sudo systemctl set-default multi-user.target before. Then repair the entries in /etc/default/grub This statement is completely wrong: GRUB_DEFAULT="quiet splash" Open the configuration: sudo nano /etc/default/grub and replace the ...


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This is a tool, I always use to create bootable Ubuntu ISO on USB LILI USB Creator. You can use this tool to create bootable ISO. Although, tool is simple, still if you find some difficulty in using this tool, Here's the User Guide


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If you want to remove the swap partition, you should first try by commenting its entry in /etc/fstab, then reboot. As for the long boot time, it may be that one of your filesystems has been damaged. As soon as your system is up, run the appropriate fsck.* command for each of the file systems. If it reports errors, it will usually recommend how to fix them. ...


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From Terminal run sudo blkid Then cat /etc/fstab Double check that the fstab entry for swap partition matches all entries in the blkid Your fstab entry should look something like this=> UUID=your/UUID/here none swap sw 0 0


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There is a guide on ubuntu website! http://www.ubuntu.com/download/desktop/create-a-usb-stick-on-windows


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With Ubuntu 15.04. We have a systemd however upstart scripts should work as well. If you have upgraded and the SSH daemon is not starting automatically. Please do the below via a Terminal. sudo systemctl enable sshd After this the System will start ssh daemon (sshd) automatically at boot.


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I had this same problem and latest update solved it, but before that I just tried to press power button while BQ logo was displayed - I tried holding it, pressing it repeatedly or pressing it one time once the BQ logo appeared. After few attempts the phone booted normally but I didn't find pattern that works every time.


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I am assuming you are booting a PC in BIOS mode. When running the Live CD/USB, choose "Try ubuntu" Then run gparted and: create a GPT partition table (Device > Create partition table) on your pendrive create an ESP, fat32, 512MB, with esp flag. create also a BIOS boot partition, unformatted, 32Mb, with bios_grub flag Then click on install Ubuntu to ...


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Well My BIOS was really different i didt find the customized option, so i mounted the Efi partition and replaced windows EFI file with th Refind one and it seems to work, now computer Boots into Refind Main menuand i am able to pick systems it seems that did the trick now its working perfectly :D


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Your boot repair log looks a lot like the log for an unformatted disk, therefore a simple boot repair will not suffice... Therefore I would just restore my back-up. If you don't have a back-up, you should start making them after the following steps: Buy a new disk (not too expensive as this will be a back-up disk) Boot an Ubuntu LiveCD Create an exact ...


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The autoremoval of kernels in Ubuntu are controlled by the /etc/kernel/postinst.d/apt-auto-removal file. If the package is not marked for hold, than it should keep the last two versions and the newer ones. This means that you have to run the lastest version to can remove the older ones. After you rebooted the latest kernel, issue the command: sudo apt-get ...


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There is a program called Rufus that will burn an ISO to a USB stick using Windows. Here's the home page: https://rufus.akeo.ie/


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You can do it with unetbootin. It is available for Windows, Linux and Mac. Check Disk image and choose the iso file from your device. Then pick usb drive and click ok.



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