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you can try the following command last -1x shutdown or the reboot could be helpful in this situation last reboot | less
I just tried UNetbootin from the Sourceforge link on Ubuntu and it didn't work for me. But "apt-get install unetbootin" worked like a charm.
The error message ("For a UEFI installation...") clearly indicates that your installer booted in EFI/UEFI mode, rather than in the BIOS mode that Windows XP certainly uses and that Mint probably also used. The workaround you found will result in a successful installation, but without a copy of GRUB. This is probably fine, since you can then run update-grub ...
The problem has been solved. There is small link at the lower left corner "Full disk summary and boot loader...". So click on this link, and you will probably see your disk drive and green mark, this means that bootloader will be installed, just uncheck this option and click continue, warning message will appear, but just ignore it. Now you can install RH ...
The first question here would be which master (MBR) bootloader you are using at the moment. It might be the NTFS bootlader, or grub or lilo from Mint. Whichever, I would advise not allowing the RH installer to change it. Instead, tell the RH setup to install its bootloader into the RH partition, not the MBR. Then, edit your master bootloader settings to ...
I was dealing with multiple NICs and nothing above worked for me (VMware Fusion 7/VMware 6 and below), so I wrote a script. The tarball is here. Here is the README that comes with it: This tarball and related scripts will change the MAC address of your recently cloned VMware CentOS 6 or below machine (no systemd.) All you need to do in the machine you ...
Check the GREP_OPTIONS environment variable. Set it to nothing just in case then try again: GREP_OPTIONS=''
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