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Overview It’s probably easier to just reinstall. I know you want to avoid that, but it’s the only way to be sure that you don’t delete the wrong files. What follows below will mainly just show you how error-prone and time-intensive it is to try deleting everything otherwise. Ways to try making it work The steps below are just an idea. Don’t go deleting ...


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I don't see in your post that you have tried creating a new partition in the available space - via Fedora's installer. You may want to try that.


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You may want to check Easy2Boot. It's the most versatile and probably also best-documented tool for multiboot things. Specifically, it supports in particular Boot multiple linux ISOs each with separate persistence files [in addition, the author is also pretty helpful and really responsive even for in-depth questions] You could misuse that to reference ...


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I believe you are looking for I believe you are looking for Iso booting with grub2 or the equivalent for your bootloader. Gummiboot seems to support it as well for instance. Be warned however that the partition on which the iso is placed has to be wisely chosen, since you may not be able to use that same partition in your new installation. The ubuntu ...


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"Memory" here refers to RAM (Random Access Memory) RAM is an essential factor for (or bottleneck to) your computer's performance. When the operating system runs out of RAM it will attempt to use the hard disk; this will result in a major blow to your application's performance and potentially (after extended hanging) will end in a crash. You will ...


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This following statement is surely referring to RAM only and not the storage-device size. "2 GB of memory or more is strongly recommended. 4GB of memory is optimal" If you have only 2GB RAM then though your OS will function but not as per the expectation. It may slow down few applications OR in worst case, may freeze your OS. You can watch usage of RAM ...


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I can not reply to damn's comment, but adding iommu=soft solved it for me too. I tried with the noapic nolapic options and wih the IOMMU fom the bios and all failed. Simply follow the same steps as described by slm but add iommu=soft on the start command line instead of noapic nolapic.


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I would highly recommend YUMI if you are making this on windows, its a subset of pendrive tho i found it far more straight forward and much easier to load multiple bootable isos onto link:http://www.pendrivelinux.com/yumi-multiboot-usb-creator/ also super easy to edit the grub menu if you are into that sort of thing.



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