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It is certainly possible, because I am right now typing this answer from a 64-bit Ubuntu system on a machine that exclusively boots with 32-bit UEFI. Last year, I had to boot from GRUB command line after running the installer and then compile GRUB using instructions here by Lopaka (now updated) But with Ubuntu 16.04 I was amazed to find it installed the ...


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update-grub only updates de grub configurations; you need usually to run grub-install after it. The system is not booting, because grub is thus still pointing to the old kernel and not to the new one. If you have grub in your MBR, it should have been then: sudo update-grub sudo grub-install /dev/sda I thus advise to boot the system/VM from a live system ...



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