So my understanding is that Ubuntu desktop 13.04 ISO comes in two flavors:
- 32-bit (supporting only legacy boot mode)
- 64-bit (supporting only EFI boot)
Is this correct? What I want is a single bootable image that will boot on both my legacy computer and my newer computer. They both currently run 64-bit software, but I can't get the 64-bit image to boot on my older computer.
I don't really care if I run 32-bit or 64-bit Ubuntu, what I do care about is using the same USB stick for either computer. Is there an easy way to get the 64-bit image bootable in legacy boot mode for my older computer? Or is there an easy way to get the 32-bit image bootable under UEFI on my newer computer?
Or, if the 64-bit image should just work in legacy boot mode, please let me know.