I have YEPO737A. Windows 10 on eMMC and I installed Ubuntu 18 on SSD. From the very beginning I have troubles with GRUB. It always says minimal bash-like line editing is supported. I tried fixes, it was even fixed for some time, but it always goes into the same issue again. I also cannot make Windows bootloader recognize Ubuntu. So I thought that maybe 3rd party bootloader would solve the problem.

Any thoughts or help?
Which should I use?

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  • Run boot-repair and post the error report link here in a new question. – WinEunuuchs2Unix Sep 14 at 21:49
  • Some with difficult UEFI like rEFInd. rodsbooks.com/refind. I have it on a flash drive for emergency boot. – oldfred Sep 14 at 22:32

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