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by Hakuchi
03 Oct 2015 18:46
Forum: Installation
Topic: Installing GRUB on UEFI
Replies: 7
Views: 1736

Re: Installing GRUB on UEFI

Xubuntu 15.04 works so it's not the UEFI settings, but user error or something else.
by Hakuchi
03 Oct 2015 14:19
Forum: Installation
Topic: Installing GRUB on UEFI
Replies: 7
Views: 1736

Re: Installing GRUB on UEFI

I removed all partitions and made new ones, the /uefi/boot was detected automatically. To be precise, after creating these partitions (see above for the table), I toggled the /boot/efi as boot (boot, esp), then back in the installer set mount points for the other drives as /home and / then did a fre...
by Hakuchi
01 Oct 2015 10:04
Forum: Installation
Topic: Installing GRUB on UEFI
Replies: 7
Views: 1736

Re: Installing GRUB on UEFI

Oh, I managed to overlook how to Manage Flags, looked in the wrong place... fixed now... After toggling the boot flag it still gets stuck in UEFI. I don't know what I can do right now to fix it. What my partition table looks like now: /dev/sda3 fat32 EFI System Partition Mount point: /boot/efi Size:...
by Hakuchi
30 Sep 2015 17:43
Forum: Installation
Topic: Installing GRUB on UEFI
Replies: 7
Views: 1736

Re: Installing GRUB on UEFI

How do I toggle the partition to 'boot'? I've used the partition table you described, with a 500 MB size FAT32 partition (/boot/efi selected after partitioning in the installer). On boot-up I still get stuck in the UEFI loader. On a sidenote, when I try to add a new boot option in the UEFI loader a ...
by Hakuchi
30 Sep 2015 15:43
Forum: Installation
Topic: Installing GRUB on UEFI
Replies: 7
Views: 1736

Installing GRUB on UEFI

Hello, after trying to install SolydX (64-bit) on my new laptop (Asus F554) I am no longer able to boot and get stranded in the UEFI bootloader. Legacy boot is enabled and CSM is enabled (an Asus setting which allows you to boot from USB / other hard drive). In the install, I've selected to install ...
by Hakuchi
22 May 2015 20:23
Forum: Introduce yourself
Topic: Hello!
Replies: 4
Views: 1312

Re: Hello!

Thanks guys/ladies. I forgot to mention last time I was using SolydXK, but after the switch to the stable branch of Debian I abandoned it. This some minor problems with LibreOffice Calc which I mentioned already. The rest of the time the easy package management stood out for me as well as the clean&...
by Hakuchi
14 May 2015 10:57
Forum: Introduce yourself
Topic: Hello!
Replies: 4
Views: 1312

Hello!

Greetings, after going through several distributions, I returned to SolydXK to see if it can fullfill my needs :) The distributions I used before were Salix (also my first distribution) and Slackware. I have used SolydK before but not for a long time. I also used Calculate Linux for a while. The big...

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