Linux GRUB can access cloudready to make dualboot?

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5 comments

  • Gabor H

    My understanding is that dual boot is officially unsupported. You can try to install Cloudready first and then Linux - of course this needs you to resize the partitions.

  • Joe

    Dual-boot for CR isn't possible. With Linux if you update the Firmware /Kernel it'll break and after you reboot CR will boot instead of the Grub Menu to select the Linux OS. Also of course when CR updates it'll definitely break it so no Dual Boot

  • Gabor H

    @Joe,

    Sorry, but I don't really understand what you just wrote.

    > With Linux if you update the Firmware /Kernel it'll break and after you reboot CR will boot instead of the Grub Menu to select the Linux OS.
    I have a Linux and a boot partition. Every time it updates the kernel, it just runs update-grub and generates a new GRUB entry for the new kernel.

    I do not know how CR updates but I can image that after such an update, update-grub won't be run and the old kernel will end up being started.

    Apart from this, I know that dual boot is not supported (which for me doesn't automatically mean it cannot work).

  • Joe

    Well CR doesn't have a Grub Menu in which why Dual-Boot isn't possible. CR isn't like other Linux OS's. I don't think it's possible to install Grub

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