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The order that you see is determined by the order of the entries in the file /boot/grub/grub.cfg. You could edit that file, but it probably says at the top that you shouldn't edit it as the file automatically generated. My grub.cfg states in the header: # DO NOT EDIT THIS FILE # # It is automatically generated by grub-mkconfig using templates # from ...


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I can now happily confirm that accessing the built-in flash drive works without problems using kernel 4.6.0-rc7 and manually binding the device using: echo 106b 2003 > /sys/bus/pci/drivers/nvme/new_id I'll submit a patch which will make the manual binding superfluous. During testing I had one episode of spurious timeouts which I was never able to ...


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Each OS is independent of each other so any issues with installing Windows drivers are unrelated to having Ubuntu installed. Drivers are OS specific as well, so installing one in Ubuntu will have no effect on Windows.


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Here is an authoritative answer from Marek Marczykowski-Górecki (Invisible Things Lab), who is one of the core developers of the Qubes OS. The source is the qubes-users forum, where I originally asked the question. This is main problem - you're trying to boot legacy system (Qubes here) from UEFI grub (Fedora). You need to choose one of them - either ...


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I don't sure that Kali linux support UEFI, but you must install it when UEFI is turned on in bios. Also, you must turn off secure boot in bios.


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I finally solved it by nuking the Arch partition and its boot files in my Ubuntu's /boot directory from orbit. Ubuntu is fine again now, all remaining GRUB entries are working again. Here's a list of what I did: Delete Arch's initramfs files: sudo rm /boot/initranfs-linux* Delete Arch's vmlinuz file: sudo rm vmlinuz-linux Format the Arch partition ...


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You have a huge list Devansh. but here is what is understood. Which Linux Distro you want to install. You need at least 100 GB of partition per Linux Distro system its totally depends on your package selection. If you leave space unattended in the disk management then it can be detected by the Linux OS while installation. you don't need to create a file ...


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I doubt this will help, but here's what I've done to dual-boot Qubes and Mint. This is a direct crib from Micah Lee's blog, so I take no credit for it. (https://micahflee.com/2014/04/dual-booting-qubes-and-ubuntu-with-encrypted-disks/) I booted from a Mint live DVD for the initial hdd partitioning. Create three partitions on the HDD: one for Qubes and ...


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My solution is simpler. I use the terminal and do the following: sudo rm /boot/grub/grub.cfg sudo update-grub If you have further problems, just use boot-repair, which is a free download, small enough to burn to a CD disk.


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A solution So it looks like I have found a working solution given my particular environment. I'll first describe my goals and environment, and then give step-by-step instructions. Goals Side-by-side installation Fedora 23 and Windows 10 in UEFI mode. Environment One hardware-based RAID0 volume, formatted using a GPT partition table. (Let's call ...


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Found that adding File 11_windows in /etc/grub.d was more helpful: Contents: #!/bin/sh cat << EOF menuentry "WINDOWS"{ set root='(hd0,msdos1)' chainloader +1 } EOF Then ran grub2-mkconfig after saving backup of grub.cfg in /boot/grub2. Results included added Entry "WINDOWS" in grub menu during start up. My case was for Windows10, but should be ...



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