Category Archives: Linux

Suddenly no boot manager? Windows just boots?

If your system that used to dual-boot fine, one day just boots into Windows, with Linux nowhere to be found, you just need to add the Linux entry into the EFI boot manager.. No need to grub2-install, etc. First find … Continue reading

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Linux: How to copy from one disk to another

If you want to copy an entire disk’s worth of stuff onto another disk, here is the best set of parameters to do so: rsync -avxI –owner –progress –group –links –inplace –stats –times –delete –modify-window=1 –size-only

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Linux ATI/AMD drivers: How to get it to compile

As you may have noticed, AMD has stopped supporting their “older” cards, calling them all “legacy” even if your card is just a few years old. This leads to their software not compiling on newer kernels. It gave me hours … Continue reading

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