Ubuntu 16.04 LTS (Xenial Xerus) Installation Guide

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28 Responses

  1. SAMIR says:

    Hi Guys,

    Thanks for this fruitful instruction, it helped me a lot once before when i had Win 8 and Ubuntu together, now i want to come back to Ubuntu again and have it along with win 10.

    THE PROBLEM IS like SANJAY said in his comment, i did the installation correctly but i don’t see the grub where i have to chose from where to boot

    CREATING AN EASY UEFI ?? how i do that, on the bios,? I DIDN’T SEE THAT . I HAVE A LENOVO X1 CARBON THAT ALLOWS BOTH BOOT OPTION legacy and uefi; i don’t know how to create an easy uefi boot entry on lenovo x& carbon.

    please any advice will be apreciated

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