Posts Tagged ‘Grub2’

Fixed Grub error: “symbol not found: ‘grub_efi_secure_boot'”

Fixed Grub error: “symbol not found: ‘grub_efi_secure_boot'”

If you have an EFI bios boot enabled computer then updating Ubuntu would leave Grub with the following error: error: symbol not found: 'grub_efi_secure_boot'. error: symbol not found: 'grub_efi_secure_boot'. The solution to this error is identical to the original hack needed to enable dual boot. The issue is that Ubuntu update copies the updated...

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Change Default Boot Order / Sequence for Grub2 in Fedora 16 Verne

Change Default Boot Order / Sequence for Grub2 in Fedora 16 Verne

Fedora finally took the leap to Grub2 with its latest release Fedora 16 Verne. So, if you want to change the boot order and default boot choice for your multiboot system this post tells you how you can do so. You no longer edit grub.conf or menu.lst files located in /boot/grub folder. Instead you...

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Find Version of GRUB Bootloader (Legacy or GRUB2) in Ubuntu / Linux

Find Version of GRUB Bootloader (Legacy or GRUB2) in Ubuntu / Linux

Planning on tweaking the settings of Grub bootloader on your machine, but you are not sure which version are you running? Yeah, it is very important to know, as commands are version specific and you may end up rendering your system unbootable if you run wrong commands. Well most recent versions of Ubuntu ship...

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Restore Grub 2.0 after Windows 7 Install (Ubuntu 11.04, 10.10, 10.04 or 9.10)

Restore Grub 2.0 after Windows 7 Install (Ubuntu 11.04, 10.10, 10.04 or 9.10)

I had Ubuntu 9.10 (this approach works for 10.04 Lucid and 10.10 Maverick, 11.04 Natty as well) already installed on a machine and wanted to dual boot it with Windows 7. Dual booting Ubuntu with Windows 7 already installed is easy, as described here. The reverse of it, i.e. creating dual boot Windows 7...

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