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32 bit boot loader fail install problem

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#1 a7ger



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Posted 17 December 2017 - 09:22 AM

I attempted to install the 32 bit version to a Azzule pc stick 2/32gig 32 bit. After successfully booting to the live version and then installing, the boot loader fails to install. It says it failed to install the 64 bit boot loader... is this the problem?

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#2 gohlip



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Posted 18 December 2017 - 01:41 AM

Assuming you've burned your iso correctly [1]

See http://forums.bodhil...de-doesnt-work/


Use the commands in post #2.





[1] - ie., use 'dd' instead of unetbootin

and if unetbootin don't work, why is it in the instruction manual? http://www.bodhilinu...n-instructions/



ps: I personally do not use 'unetbootin' or 'dd' or any 'burning'

I boot up the isofile directly.

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#3 antonio



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Posted 19 December 2017 - 10:39 PM


try to install the 32 version of grub:

1. Check witch device your stick is with

df -h


2. Install

sudo apt-get install grub-pc


3. during installation give grub the patch to the root directory of your stick, for example /dev/sdb

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