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Dec
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answered GParted doesn't recognize my newly resized vdi
Dec
16
asked GParted doesn't recognize my newly resized vdi
Dec
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reviewed Leave Open OpenCL Platform Issues
Dec
5
reviewed Leave Open Difference Between Package Versions
Dec
5
revised How to enable safeguards for CPU temperature
edited title
Oct
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awarded  Notable Question
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awarded  Explainer
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awarded  Popular Question
Aug
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awarded  Popular Question
Aug
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reviewed Approve Postfix configuration? problem
Aug
22
comment Can't get rEFIt to boot after install (Ubuntu + OSX on macbook pro)
@mikeserv, so I got back to my computer and tried reinstalling rEFInd with ./install.sh --esp --all-drivers because I thought I needed to install drivers. I tried rebooting and still no linux :(
Aug
22
reviewed Reject Elantech Mouse Touchpad not working well
Aug
22
comment ssh-keygen -y error: load failed
Can you do an id as root and make sure your uid is 0?
Aug
22
reviewed Approve Cannot connect to WPA2, but connecting to WEP is fine
Aug
22
reviewed Reject Sublime command line open it twice
Aug
22
comment Can't get rEFIt to boot after install (Ubuntu + OSX on macbook pro)
@mikeserv, I believe I can (I'm not at home with my laptop right now). If I understand correctly I need to move drivers to the ESP right?
Aug
22
comment Can't get rEFIt to boot after install (Ubuntu + OSX on macbook pro)
@mikeserv, yeah I can boot OSX from the rEFInd menu. That part works. The only thing I'm trying to fix now is to get Ubuntu to show up on the same menu. I figured his tutorial was a little outdated as the latest version of SGD2 changed its menu items. Do you know how to get Ubuntu to show up on the rEFInd menu?
Aug
22
reviewed Edit Obtain values of a section of a file
Aug
22
revised Obtain values of a section of a file
added 24 characters in body
Aug
22
comment Can't get rEFIt to boot after install (Ubuntu + OSX on macbook pro)
@mikeserv, I finally got somewhere! I commented out dont_scan_volumes from refind.conf and removed the Recovery HD entry from there as well. I rebooted and OSX was in the rEFInd menu! However, I kept going on with the tutorial and inserted the Grub boot cd and tried looking for the Detect any GRUB 2 installation (even if MBR is overwritten) option, but couldn't find it. Instead, I found the installation manually and attempted to boot from it - then the screen went dark and I heard a succession of 3 beeps over and over. Shut it off and rebooted into OSX so I didn't brick anything...