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Re: dual boot Windows - Linux

From: jmh6
Subject: Re: dual boot Windows - Linux
Date: Sun, 5 May 2019 03:44:40 -0400 (EDT)
User-agent: Alpine 2.00 (DEB 1167 2008-08-23)

Hi All,

I dual boot by booting the 2nd OS by putting it on an SD card in a USB2 adapter.

   This old windows box in running AntiX that way as I type this.

If I want to boot Tails, I just plug in the Tails SD. Easy to have real backups also.


On Sun, 5 May 2019, Hermes Brandt wrote:

one more thing, when, in the /sys/firmware directory, I run the "ls -a"
command, I get " .  ..  acpi  dmi  memmap".  I don' t know if that is
useful for you in this case.

Hermes Brandt
The Netherlands

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It is always possible."
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On Sat, May 4, 2019 at 11:32 PM Randy Goldenberg <address@hidden>


When running Linux, is there a directory "efi" in /sys/firmware?



On Saturday May 04, 2019, Hermes Brandt wrote:

Windows has divided the disc (called Disc 0) in four parts:

(1)    Recovery, 450 MB NTFS OEM-partition

(2)    100 MB EFI System partition

(3)    231,52 GB NTFS primary partition

(4)    826 MB NTFS OEM-partition

Is it possible to install NGU GRUB from Windows in this configuration?
Hermes Brandt
The Netherlands
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