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  1. Re: Semi‑broken install after upgrading to Groovy

    Install dkms and run that command, just to see.
    But I thought AMD just worked and do not know the work arounds for those models.

    From my notes, may not be most current info:...
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    Re: Intel vs. Ryzen / Radeon vs. Nvidia

    Not sure if Phoronix has newer comparison or not:

    20-Way GPU Gaming Comparison With March 2020 Linux Drivers
    https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=article&item=march-2020-gaming&num=1
  3. Re: Semi‑broken install after upgrading to Groovy

    What video card/chip?
    Typically nomodeset required with nVidia.
    But have seen a few with other video cards that used nomodeset. But all those AMD & Intel video are just supposed to work.

    #What...
  4. [ubuntu] Re: Clean-up of messy system - using efibootmgr

    I use labels with grub to boot other installs.
    Have not changed mount of my data partition.

    Shows UUID & label for mounting. Do not use device like /dev/sdXY. Older but fstab has not changed....
  5. [ubuntu] Re: Can boot persistent liveUSB from laptops but not desktops

    Not sure what installer these users actually used.
    Issues are common by chip, motherboard & vendor.
    So similar chip/motherboard, but different vendor may have similar issues.

    Asrock B450 UEFI &...
  6. [ubuntu] Re: Clean-up of messy system - using efibootmgr

    You are showing 3 different ESP's as you have different GUIDs/partUUIDs.
    You go from ESP, to grub entry in ESP, to grub in your install.
    Your efibootmgr only shows which ESP is used.

    The UEFI...
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    Re: Finding python2 dependent software

    I do not have python2 anymore and if I see some app wanting it, I do not install it.
    depends & reverse depends
    apt-cache showpkg python2.7

    Not sure if Ubuntu 20.04 offers any apps with 2.7?

    I...
  8. [ubuntu] Re: Using Disks to mount md (RAID) devices a rant

    I do not use RAID.
    But use a template for any entry in fstab.
    And now I have it scripted as I am mounting the same data partition with every install, so UUID does not change.

    I use these two...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Using BootRepair tool in UEFI system

    It is just confirming what it is doing & what you need to boot.
    Many have multiple installs & may not have the fixed system as default.
    I suggest running the UEFI fix, now you are booted in UEFI...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Using BootRepair tool in UEFI system

    Full reinstall of grub will totally restore grub to defaults and add any missing files.

    If you somehow manually deleted it and it is the only thing missing, you probably can just copy any one of...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Using BootRepair tool in UEFI system

    Do not run Boot-Repair's auto fix.
    Generally anyone with multiple drives should not run auto fix in BIOS mode as it just installs one grub from first install it sees to every drive.
    Most should not...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Using BootRepair tool in UEFI system

    Post link from Summary Report that Boot-Repair gives you.
    Boot-Repair does change an entry or two in /etc/default/grub, but would not delete it.
  13. [ubuntu] Re: Seeking doc for adding a hard drive as multiboot system

    This was in the link above. No idea if it works. He uses NTFS partition for Sources.
    https://win10.guru/usb-install-media-with-larger-than-4gb-wim-file/
  14. [kubuntu] Re: Original Windows installation to avoid warranty being voided

    Did you first delete p2? It cannot move another partition to make room?

    Or did you have it mounted?
    You have to unmount before you can change it.
    Or does it need repair/check.

    Multiple links...
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    Re: Access to /boot/grub and /boot/efi

    1 Secuity
    2. Windows formats like FAT32 & NTFS allows everyone to write into system. Mount of Windows type partitions is default for all files. Linux sets ownership & permission by file, so access...
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    [ubuntu] Re: efibootmgr questions

    If Boot-Repair is mentioning BIOS, you probably ran it from a BIOS boot.
    Please reboot in UEFI boot mode, add Boot-Repair, and post link, so we can review it.

    I really want to see which Ubuntu...
  17. Re: RapidCopy - can newbie install without word "compile"?

    Best not to convert a MBR drive to gpt?
    Windows only boots in UEFI mode from gpt.
    Windows only boots in BIOS mode from MBR(msdos).

    Ubuntu can be installed in UEFI mode to gpt, but also in BIOS...
  18. [ubuntu] Re: Seeking doc for adding a hard drive as multiboot system

    You cannot run setup.exe from Linux. You have to boot into installer from UEFI (or BIOS). And mode you boot UEFI or BIOS is then how it installs.

    If .wim file in Souces is less then 4GB you can...
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    [ubuntu] Re: efibootmgr questions

    You only boot in UEFI mode from the ubuntu entry.
    Unless your other entries are BIOS (which they cannot be), you would not be able to boot.
    Grub only can boot other installs in same boot mode, so...
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    Re: New install Ubuntu 20.10

    In UEFI, if you remove a drive, it forgets the UEFI boot entry.
    You have to manually add it back in with efibootmgr.

    If external drives, you need an ESP on every drive, so UEFI can boot...
  21. [SOLVED] Re: No Ubuntu 20.04 on grub menu after rebooting on a triple boot system

    Lets see details, use ppa version with your live installer (2nd option) or any working install, not Boot-Repair ISO:
    Please copy & paste the pastebin link to the Boot-info summary report ( do not...
  22. [ubuntu] Re: How do grub/ Ubuntu/ grub.cfg interact during boot ?

    Have you been updating grub settings in sdd6 but grub is default booting another install?
    If default is not 0 and you are selecting 3 or some other entry then any editing of grub will not be the...
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    [ubuntu] Re: efibootmgr questions

    Entry is created by the install of grub either seperately or by installing Ubuntu or other Linux distribution.
    Grub uses efibootmgr to create UEFI entry, and add files into ESP based on your...
  24. [SOLVED] Re: Struggling to install Ubuntu 20.04 LTS to newly built PC

    Do not recommend MBR(msdosl) & BIOS boot, but if it works for you that is ok.

    GPT Advantages (older 2010 but still valid) see post#2 by srs5694:
    http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1457901...
  25. [ubuntu] Re: How do grub/ Ubuntu/ grub.cfg interact during boot ?

    You have 7 grub2s.
    Each install has its own grub, but only one is the default boot at any one time.
    But if you boot into another install & it updates grub, then it will become the default boot.
    ...
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