How to Install Fedora 27 Alongside With Windows 10 or 8 in Dual-Boot

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Matei Cezar

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6 Responses

  1. johanes says:

    These installation instructions are incomplete. Maybe you should update them or take them offline, please.

    • Ravi Saive says:

      @Johanes,

      What makes you feel that these instructions are incomplete? could you share what needs to be added? so that we can update the article..

  2. Dimsum says:

    You need to mount windows efi partition to /boot/efi

    • Johanes says:

      exactly. Not mouting /boot/efi will end the installation process in an error message (cannot install bootloader) but also breaks both the windows installation AND the fedora installation yielding a pc that boots into a “missing operating system” state. Success rates for repairs from there are slim. No, none of the repair tools of microsoft nor fedora will work from there.

  3. Matei Cezar says:

    Create the /boot partition first and then other partitions. I don’t need swap space.

  4. RobbieTheK says:

    We were trying to install partitions within a LVM but we get warning messages that /boot and /boot/efi need to be configured 1st any suggestions for that? Also why do you not have any dedicated swap space? Do you have applications that should not be using the hard disk in case the memory is full?

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