Sorry for the delay in response, Poor Guy. According to Wiz, my Toshiba has some BIOS issues that I as of now don't know how to fix. So any attempt at using a flash drive to boot into anything will only bring me to the Windows Disk Image Burner DVD R Drive. We'll get 'er fixed though!
The part of the command you needed to run is the same on the laptop as it is the desktop.Didn't really understand your command, Chris. Here's what I get on the desktop...
[email protected] ~ $ apt-cache policy gparted
BUT on the Toshiba your email is not protected. In Terminal I don't know where to stop the command. I did what I thought and here's what I got.
DickView attachment 4061
Can you explain a little bit more about that?Got the gparted update notice.
No, I am not convinced that it has issues, Dick.According to Wiz, my Toshiba has some BIOS issues that I as of now don't know how to fix.
That was referring to Sylvia. In order to have put it on in the first place, you had to be able to tweak the BIOS to allow for booting from the stick ... the same stick, likely you took to the Big Smoke where the Store Tech stuffed up.I don't recall the steps I used to setup the same system on my Toshiba notebook
No.As for the BIOS, for whatever reason with all the updating this BIOS doesn't get updated so that it will recognize the usb thumb drive in the process. Is there a way to fix that?