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Dual booting Ubuntu and Windows 8. w8 boots through grub shell, but not from menu

I have a laptop, with installations of Ubuntu 12.10, and Windows 8. Windows 8 was first installed on the system, and Ubuntu was installed afterwards. During the Ubuntu installation, the installer ...
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Fdisk cannot read size of this disk is 4.0 TB under RAID-0 enviroment

I have server from OVH data center , I have Two SATA Hard Disk Drive , each Disk Size 2.0 T.B , I have RAID controller card but I convert the RAID-1 to RAID-0 through OVH Rescue mode and here is the ...
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Mounting a multi-partition (GPT/HFS+) USB 2.0 harddrive on Debian

I have a 3TB USB 2.0 hard-drive which has two HFS+ (Mac) partitions using GUID partition table for the partition records. It was partitioned with Mac OS Disk Utility. How can I mount these partitions ...
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Dual boot Linux Mint in a GPT style hard drive along with Windows 8

I have a Sony VAIO e series laptop which came with Windows 8. I wish to install Linux Mint as additional operating system. Only at the time of installation I could find that my HDD is of GPT partition ...
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Could I add GPT BIOS Boot Partition after Debian installation?

I recently installed Debian Wheezy on a server with 24TB of storage (RAID 6). When I partitioned the big volume I selected Manual option and created the partition scheme. When I was partitioning, I ...
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Booting from USB devices on secure boot UEFI system

I'm trying to put an ArchLinux install onto a USB-HDD and want it to be bootable on BIOS systems as well as on UEFI systems that use secure boot. Therefore I have one main question. Does an UEFI ...
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GPT + BIOS legacy + LVM - how to make right GRUB partition

I'm preparing to install Arch Linux on my netbook (Samsung N130). I want to use GUID Partition Table. I have BIOS (not UEFI) on my motherboard. I want also to use LVM. On Arch Linux Wiki, I've red ...
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Should I be worried about the output of `sgdisk /dev/sda`?

Is this output harmless? It's looking quite harmless to me, since it needs to be run with root permissions. ehtesh@pear:~$ sgdisk -v /dev/sda Problem opening /dev/sda for reading! Error is 13. You ...