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I don't have enough reputation to comment on this so i made it an answer I bet it has to do with your hard disk's heads or MBR and your problem happens a lot actually. Because of different standards some BIOS could read from an address above the MBR which could cause your problem and what will solve that is to try using parted and some W.D. drives have ...


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I had the same kind of issue on a dell latitude E7450. I simply ran sudo apt-get install grub sudo apt-get autoremove from a standard shell and that did the trick.


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Simply doing grep 'menuentry' /boot/grub/grub.cfg lists additional entries that are not related to the actual kernel or OS versions. For instance, it lists if [ x"${feature_menuentry_id}" = xy ]; then menuentry_id_option="--id" menuentry_id_option="" export menuentry_id_option I would like to propose a small improvement to the method of searching ...


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The following works in case of Ubuntu. Commands might be slightly different in fedora (sorry, I am not a fedora guy!) but this will give you a general idea. You have to edit the /etc/grub.d/40_custom file and add the following entry. So, open the 40_custom file by: sudo nano /etc/grub.d/40_custom and add the following entry right after the last line. ...


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The following Debian Forum topic and blog post based on it has the missing information. Outline -1) Back up your LVM configuration and have a like CD ready. 0) Make sure you have a separate /boot partition (your cached root will only be available later). This can be a 200MB partition and can be part of the same VG as your cached root. 1) You need ...


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It can be done in real mode by means of BIOS int 0x15, 0x87 function. GDT must be filled appropriately for source and destination. cx - number of bytes to move. push edx push es xor ax, ax mov es, ax mov ah, 0x87 mov si, gdt int 0x15 jc error pop es pop edx ret gdt: times 16 db 0 dw 0xffff ...


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Yes, you can add a (i)PXE Launcher to Grub. For dpkg-based systems like Debian&derivatives: Only apt-get install ipxe is required I would expect other distros to have integrated it as well fairly comfortably. ==> A "PXE Boot" menu entry will exist on next reboot. In case you want to know inner-working-details: The post-install hook scripts ...


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include in mkinitcpio.conf MODULES="dm_mod dm_crypt ext4 aes_x86_64 sha256 sha512" HOOKS="... encrypt lvm2 ..." include in /etc/default/grub GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="... quiet " GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX="cryptdevice=/dev/sdX:name" GRUB_ENABLE_CRYPTODISK="y" run command: sudo mkinitcpio -p linux sudo grub-mkconfig -o /boot/grub/grub.cfg sudo ...



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