Re: [solved?] Re: Secure Boot won't let boot into Debian
- Date: Sat, 25 Feb 2017 09:01:59 +0000
- From: Rodolfo Medina <rodolfo.medina@xxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [solved?] Re: Secure Boot won't let boot into Debian
Rodolfo Medina <rodolfo.medina@xxxxxxxxx> writes:
> Rodolfo Medina <rodolfo.medina@xxxxxxxxx> writes:
>> I frehly installed Debian Sid in dual boot with Windows 10 on my brand new
>> Lenovo desktop pc but it won't boot into Debian system I suspect because of
>> the new Secure Boot policy. I want to disable it but the problem is that
>> there's no Secure Boot option anywhere in its Bios. In fact, in the
>> Security submenu, there are only the options for administrator and power-on
>> password setting.
>> What do you suggest me to do?
> I tried to install Debian again so to do as suggested by Pascal, i.e.
> install GRUB in the "removable path"; but this time strangely the
> installation wouldn't proceed up to end and stopped at a certain point. Then
> I was tired with all that stuff, all those Legacy problems and so on, and did
> GiaThnYgeia's way and formatted the drive and got rid of that stupid system
> it came with: now Debian runs without problems. I left some free space on
> disk so to install Windows 10 later on... maybe ;-)
> Thanks to all who helped. Anyway, this experience tell us maybe how
> aggressive anti-Linux policies are coming up...?
When I was trying to install Debian alongside with Windows 10, I noticed a lot
of small partitions that were there created by Windows I didn't understand what
for... really stupid system...?