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How to boot from new partition after do dd

I solved this after: Change my btrfs UUID to random by running btrfstune -u /dev/sdaX. Example: btrfstune -u /dev/sda5 Then edit the fstab on /dev/sda5 in /etc/fstab And because I enable os-prober. ...
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How to see again the errors when booting?

Debian 11 seems to have /var/log/boot.log (and its logrotated older versions boot.log.1, boot.log.2 etc.). It would seem to contain the sort of messages you're looking for. Perhaps Ubuntu has it too? ...
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How to Change Default Boot Kernel of Pop OS 20.04

First, your system has now been updated to kernel 5.17.5, and 5.16.19 is now probably the old-kernel. Please show the output of sudo bootctl list. I don't use Pop OS myself, but as far as I've ...
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Force the live USB installs to install Grub to its fallback or secondary install location

The fact that you talk about boot file indicates you have an UEFI system and are not using legacy BIOS compatibility. The fallback/secondary boot file pathname is defined in the UEFI specification and ...
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Text boot without text console: agetty problem in Fedora 36

That cannot get controlling tty: Operation not permitted error by agetty is returned by agetty when the TIOCSCTTY ioctl() it makes so the terminal device becomes the controlling terminal of agetty's ...
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Boot from USB and run sshd on server without keyboard or display

There are many ways to do so, depending on which distribution you prefer. You can either create your live iso usb or install your distribution on the usb. The easiest/most documented I can think of is ...
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Trying to boot linux from live usb for the first time, stuck on GRUB command line

This is an issue that has to do with the fact that, in their great wisdom, openSUSE decided that they "knew better" and chose to use /boot/grub2/ as their GRUB prefix instead of the de-facto ...
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Trying to boot linux from live usb for the first time, stuck on GRUB command line

@sudodus comment solved my problem. @guest, There are a couple of things that I would suggest doing now: 1. Since we find no checksum for your current iso file, please download a current one + plus ...
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Which Process Throws Error "StartImage failed: Load Error"?

I suspect this is UEFI, the boot rom. Google does know about "UEFI StartImage" and the related `LoadImage". It points to https://edk2-docs.gitbook.io/edk-ii-uefi-driver-writer-s-guide/...
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grub-install: error: failed to get canonical path of `/boot/efi'

Since the specified mountpoint for ESP partition is /boot/efi: boot.loader.efi.efiSysMountPoint = "/boot/efi"; it must be mounted so below /mnt, i.e. /mnt/boot/efi, at the time of running ...
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How to make GRUB detects Windows boot partition?

Following @artem-s-tashkinov suggestion, I added the Windows entry manually, by editing the file /etc/grub.d/40_custom based on a grub backup (/etc/grub.d/backup/boot_grub/grub.cfg), replaced the UUID ...
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Windows breaks bootloader in dual boot with Pop OS

I have a similar problem, and I hope someone answers this question. I share my laptop, and one day Grub was missing, and none of the pop os partitions showed up in the bios boot menu. I created a live ...
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Which OS's grub configuration should I edit to change default boot order?

Most likely your actual GRUB configuration belongs to the OS you installed the last however if you even ran grub-install in any of them, then the one where you last ran this command is again the one ...
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UEFI install (14.04) boots to GRUB command prompt, no GUI

FWIW, I just ran into the same issue installing Ubuntu 14.04 server. The solution in my case was simply to change the filesystem of the /boot from xfs to ext4, which I could do from the installer. ...
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Cannot boot into installed os anymore, only able to boot from a live usb

Looks like you booted the Fedora installer in legacy mode, and so it set up Fedora to boot in legacy BIOS style with a GPT-partitioned disk. This combination is something Windows doesn't support at ...
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Kali won't load after installation

nomodeset helped me through the issue.
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Install Tails with persistent storage on VirtualBox

Not enough "reputation" to vote or comment on @Maxxim's answer, this is an addition (feel free to pls. integrate into your answer, Maxxim): After taking Maxxims approach one has to manually ...
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Install Tails with persistent storage on VirtualBox

The following has been successfully tested with VirtualBox 6.1.32 and Tails 5.1. Step 1: Prepare disk image Download the USB image of Tails from the project's website Convert the downloaded image to ...
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I’m getting a memory error “you need to load the kernel first” trying to boot Ubuntu 20.04

The path may not be /boot/grub depending on how you installed things. Are you sure your using grub? Is your motherboard set to UEFI? (did you install using non-UEFI settings?) Have you tried the ...
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You to know how many sectors to load from in the boot loader

Traditional boot loaders were multistage. The first stage bootloader for a system with an MBR partition table had the bootloader in the same block as the partition table, right after the partition ...
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How to chainload another kernel with kexec inside a LUKS2 + LVM2 partition?

You might want to set up a ubuntu-kexec.target which would be essentially a stripped-down version of multi-user.target, with basically: [Unit] Description=Kexec an Ubuntu kernel from within an ...
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Reset my BIOS. Now how do I fix "Invalid signature detected. Check Secure Boot Policy in Setup."?

From the screenshots you posted, I see that the firmware copyright messages specify year 2014... and that the "Advanced" section has a submenu titled "Windows 8/8.1 Configuration". ...
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fsckd locks up system on boot after dist-upgrade

I suggest checking that the volume hosting Debian has enough available space. If it is somehow full or almost full, you need to increase its available space then restart. Debian will boot. Voilà. ...
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