Installing linux is the same whatever the distribution,And I understand completely if that process varies from case to case
how do I figure out the number of the file I downloaded?
The other drop down had the options ext4, btrfs, f2fs, and xfs.
The last option was manual partitioning(which I take it is the "something else" you talked about).
I tried windows boot manager just to make sure it had wiped the drive, ...
// Escalate (IIRC you're root on Live, still) su // Double check where your hdd is. lsblk // It's sda if no other storage is attached. // I'll use /dev/sda for this example. // You want to reinstall GRUB grub-install /dev/sda // Mount sda1 temporarily (I assume you // mean you did a full disk install, i.e. 1 partition) mount /dev/sda1 /mnt // Chroot to mnt/ chroot /mnt // Update GRUB to show correct menu items update-grub // Reboot and remove Live disk reboot
:Generic Creepy Music:That is curious, becuase if you chose to erase disk during the installation, as part of that it should have wiped an option for Windows Boot Manager.
I don't exactly know what you mean by reinstall, can you elaborate?