HOW TO BOOT LENOVO IDEAPAD 100S 11IBY AND INSTALL LUBUNTU
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Installing Linux on Lenovo Ideapad 100s
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Many thanks in advance. Apparently it can be done, but read to the bottom of this post , then decide if you want to put in lots of time to actually get a fully functional system.
Or you can look into Debian. Then, try to boot the USB stick.
I advise not to think about bit EFI. It is problematic.
And don't worry, UEFI is not that big a monster. Last edited by aragorn; at AM. Brains and aragorn Many many thanks guys.
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I will research your posts further and decide on a plan. Really, very grateful :-D. Originally Posted by aragorn Originally Posted by May I ask why? Or do you mean for a dual-boot with Windows or similar? Hope so - all being well I'll find out next Tuesday.
Last edited by goumba; at PM. Originally Posted by goumba. How is UEFI easier?
I said I didn't find it any easier nor more difficult except in this specific case. Originally Posted by Brains.
It's easier if you get in touch with the technology of the future sooner than later.
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