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#1 2021-12-07 18:18

rаluma
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Registered: 2021-12-07
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Grub and install media.

I wanted to tell you about the mistake, then I thought, maybe it should be so?

When installing Gemini with Trinity (32 and 64 bit), grub writes the installation flash drive to the boot menu. Update-grub fixes this easily, but can anyone know why this is done?

And second, when manually partitioning the disk, if you do not specify the formatting of the existing (and already formatted) swap partition, then the OS does not see it.
If you format, the uuid changes. I have two operating systems and I have to edit fstab in another operating system.

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#2 2021-12-08 09:52

q4osteam
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Re: Grub and install media.

Please post step by step instructions to reproduce the issue for us to be able to investigate it.

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#3 2021-12-08 10:48

rаluma
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Registered: 2021-12-07
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Re: Grub and install media.

q4osteam
Netbook Lenovo S 205.
64 bit image q4os-4.7-x64-tde.r1.iso,
32 bit image q4os-4.7-i386-instcd.r1.iso.

Typical setup, the only deviation is manual disk partitioning. Everything is installed and working (except for the problem with wi-fi at 32 bit).
The flash drive remains connected until the live image is completely finished.

After rebooting, in addition to the OS on the hard disk, the last item in the menu is a USB flash drive.

The images themselves on a USB flash drive (multiboot) were written using YUMI-2.0.9.2.exe, except for Linux, it has a Win7 image.

The point of the flash drive in the boot menu is spelled out as "something there WIN ...", also deleted it and I don't remember exactly, I'm sorry. If necessary, I can try to restore it.

PS. This is how it looks

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