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Starting HTTPD at Boot Time

In Operating systems - Posted on Aug 02, 2015 18:06

Starting HTTPD at Boot Time

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Installation & Boot • Re: Installed Linux Mint for for hundred time, no boot

I do not wish to replace windows boot with grub and prefer to use bios boot menu.If your going to use the bios to boot windows or Linux then install windows on one drive and linux on the other.Wait a minute, I had to get some more coffee down me today. I need to change some things here. I didnt take efi into account. Sorry. When Im building computers for personal use that come with windows 8 I usually just get the product key and once I have that from win8 I will remove all partitions from the ...

Installation & Boot • Re: Installed Linux Mint for for hundred time, no boot

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Installation & Boot • Re: Installed Linux Mint for for hundred time, no boot

mintybits wrote:Asim wrote:So I replaced Windows 8 with 7 and removed Linux at the same time. (It formatted the drive). The bios boot mode is now legacy and not UEFISo I installed Mint to and installed grub to /dev/sda1 which is system partition however I do not see it in bios boot menu. I do not wish to replace windows boot with grub and prefer to use bios boot menu.How can I solve this problem.Does W7 still boot?If you are using legacy then you must have installed W7 with MBR partioning. W7 w...

Installation & Boot • Re: Installed Linux Mint for for hundred time, no boot

Asim wrote:Yeah W7 boots, I installed Win 7 using BIOS mode legacy and bios is now always in legacy (Win 7 never booted using UEFI so I had to move to legacy to downgrade). and no it is no MBR partition it's still GPT and works fine with legacy + GPT. I'll do what austin said and install grub on /dev/sda will make everything easier.Well that is interesting. I didn't think Windows could be installed on GPT without using UEFI.Is this 32-bit or 64-bit Windows?Have you just got the one HD?I would l...

Installation & Boot • Re: Installed Linux Mint for for hundred time, no boot

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