xenopeek wrote:Boot from the installation CD, and run the commands listed on this link ....
viking777 wrote:The simple answer would be that your grub timeout is set to zero so you don't see the menu. Press the Shift key during boot to see if the menu appears.
The difficult answer is that you have a Uefi motherboard and MInt is installed in non-Uefi mode or even vice versa - if that is the case I wish you luck
viking777 wrote:NIc, I can't tell if that is an efi board or not. They don't seem to mention it so perhaps it isn't. If it isn't then boot repair should work for you.
Here is a direct link to the software (there is nothing wrong with the ppa btw):
Error: Dependency is not satisfied: boot-sav
viking777 wrote:Error: Dependency is not satisfied: boot-sav
In that case try installing boot-sav first:
If you have a Uefi system you are 100% correct to be unimpressed - so is everyone else that has one, me included. The only people not unimpressed with Uefi on Linux are the people that write the code and have decided it is in a usable state - I can only presume they don't own Uefi systems.
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