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    Post install Grub on separate partition

    This also doesn't work @LorenDB . I get this error message and even the validation doesn't work :(. ERROR MSG In the first screenshot, there is a message while converting to gpt in #post 79 the operations tried to shrink the OS. Maybe this is the problem. I don't know :rolleyes: Hi @stan I...
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    Post install Grub on separate partition

    Hi guys, a long time ago. I Hope you are doing fine :cool: Today I tried to work on the tutorial suggested by @LorenDB at #post 44, but this solution didn't work for me. After executing the mbr2gpt /convert command I got the following error: ERROR After I changed in the bios the boot option...
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    How to use properly xrandr to get the appropriate resolution on both monitors

    Hi guys, @JasKinasis both files are not available in 18.04.LTS (I didn't found them) This How to Set Any Program to Load on Startup on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS also doesn't work for me. The solution that worked for me is this here solution where you have to put the command xrandr --output DVI-D-0...
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    How to use properly xrandr to get the appropriate resolution on both monitors

    Oh, right I did not recognize that :eek:. Ups yes, that is right I replied to the wrong person sorry @JasKinasis my fault :rolleyes:.
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    How to use properly xrandr to get the appropriate resolution on both monitors

    Hi guys, nice :), THX @stan I will try that sounds like a good solution. You're right the bashrch file is only for terminal purposes (stupid that I did not recognize that). @wizardfromoz Haha, that sounds good :). @wizardfromoz The left monitor is the Dell one and the right monitor is the HP...
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    How to use properly xrandr to get the appropriate resolution on both monitors

    Hello again folks, I have figured it out by myself :). Using the following command I am able to adjust the monitor resolution based on the resolution of each monitor. The scaling factor I used is based on my monitor properties, but you can adjust it based on yours. For example, lowering the...
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    Post install Grub on separate partition

    Thank you very much @wizardfromoz I appreciate that :). Nice to read @stan, @wizardfromoz that you will look after when I did the gpt conversion. I hope that will fix my problem. THX @wizardfromoz for your encouragement :). I will do a report as soon as I have results, I'll promise :).
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    Post install Grub on separate partition

    Good evening folks :), I installed Ubuntu on the second drive because I didn't want to use any VM (like I did in Windows). Despite using a VM in Linux does not let someone access the GPU and generally limits the access to the hardware which I need to accomplish machine learning and computer...
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    How to use properly xrandr to get the appropriate resolution on both monitors

    Hello, I have two monitors with the following resolutions: 1. DELL 3840x2160 2. HP 3440x1440 and I am using Ubuntu 18.04.LTS. Both monitors are aligned such that the DELL monitor is my main monitor on the left and the Dell monitor is on the right. When I am working on my main monitor and setup...
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    Post install Grub on separate partition

    Hi guys, I had running on windows the virtual box VM but I am not a fan if you need hardware access or performance the VM slows down. BTW how is it possible that grub does not detect the windows partition at startup but Ubuntu does as shown in the following screenshot: Ubuntu Files explorer
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    Post install Grub on separate partition

    Hi guys, @stan Yes, you're right when I encounter in the future one of the problems then I will try to find the most recent solution to the problem (to be honest I do it for every problem I have). That wouldn't be tedious if I only used one of the OS a day, but I switch from one to the other...
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    Post install Grub on separate partition

    Good evening guys, At present, I do not want to upgrade to 12.04. because there are some problems with the CUDA drivers which I need. Maybe in the middle of the next year, I will do that :). @stan @wizardfromoz: I believe this solution from @wizardfromoz of installing the Grub bootloader after...
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    Post install Grub on separate partition

    Hi guys, @stan that is correct :). @wizardfromoz No, there is an option which lets you have both at the same time UEFI and Legacy OPROM, but to give you a better overview of my UEFI bios settings I have listed below some images I have taken. 1. My boot order of all the devices - I changed the...
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    Post install Grub on separate partition

    Hi guys, That doesn't matter you all guys helped me a lot in a very friendly manner :). I will choose the first option @wizardfromoz mentioned by @LorenDB, but before I will delete my old windows backup and create a new one with Acronis true image. Maybe I will do that tomorrow and inform you...
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    Post install Grub on separate partition

    Hi folkes, @wizardfromoz I have depicted the output you need, but the # wasn't there. Nevertheless, I executed the command sudo update-grub, but nothing happened :(. OUTPUT - 30_os-prober: menuentry '$(echo "${LONGNAME} $onstr" | grub_quote)' --class hurd --class gnu --class os...
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