Dualboot with Truecrypted Win7 and Ubuntu 10.04(ext4)

Nicolas Kopp nkopp2s at smail.inf.h-brs.de
Tue Oct 12 17:59:07 UTC 2010


I completely do not understand what that answer could have to to with my  
question. :) But thank you anyway!

Any other ideas?

Regards
Nicolas

Am 12.10.2010, 16:23 Uhr, schrieb aditya <aditya at techaditya.in>:

> jus try using installation as a software for ubuntu(in windows).u wont  
> hv to
> get into d details of grub n all.
>
> Regards
> Aditya
>
> On Tue, Oct 12, 2010 at 3:16 PM, Nicolas Kopp  
> <nkopp2s at smail.inf.h-brs.de>wrote:
>
>>
>> Hey everyone,
>>
>> I have got the following partition setup:
>> http://h-3.abload.de/img/bildschirmfotonh0f.png
>>
>> where sda2 is a fully crypted windows and sda5 a not crypted ubuntu
>> installation. Truecrypt bootloader overwrote Grub2, which I knew before,
>> but unfortunaly I'm now quite unsure how to fix my boot setup in a way
>> that will work. When I now start up, truecrypt bootloader shows up and  
>> I'm
>> able to boot Windows with no problems. I've read Grub1 is able to
>> chainload Truecrypt, but is not able to handle ext4 out of the Box.
>> Another way would be to install grub2 to sda5 (if possible) and then
>> access grub2 bei pressing ESC in the Truecrypt bootloader. I'm not that
>> expreienced with Ubuntu and Grub and I've read many that sometimes
>> contradict. It would be very nice if someone could have a look on my
>> partition setup and give a short setp-by-step tutorial how to set up a
>> proper dualboot-loader.
>>
>> greetings
>> Nicolas
>>
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