I have a dual boot system with Win10 and Ubuntu 16.04.4 LTS (Xenial Xerus) on different partitions. I am trying to configure a Virtual Machine in Windows, which can access the already installed Ubuntu.
I am following the instructions at: Using a Physical Hard Drive Pariition as a VirtualBox VM and as a Bootable Partition
I got to step where I have to copy
~/Desktop/iso/boot/grub. However, these is no
i386-pc directory(I think because I have AMD processor), the directories I see in
/usr/lib/grub/: grub-mkconfig_lib x86_64-efi x86_64-efi-signed
As I don't have i386-pc, which files do I need to copy over to create the GRUB Recovery ISO, which the Virtual Machine will use to boot into Ubuntu?
I tried to use
x86_64-efi/* to create ISO file and load it to VM, but the VM says:
FATAL: Could not read from from the boot medium! System halted.
Is there any way to create grub boot iso file with edited
grub.cfg on my machine?(As in the link was mentioned, it is important to delete windows configuration so that I would not be able to start the OS twice, that would break the whole system)
Laptop Acer E5-553, processor: AMD 9600P, virtualization: on,