Dualboot with Truecrypted Win7 and Ubuntu 10.04(ext4)
traveller at petlover.com
Tue Oct 12 18:21:43 UTC 2010
On 12/10/2010 10:59, Nicolas Kopp wrote:
> I completely do not understand what that answer could have to to with my
> question. :) But thank you anyway!
> Any other ideas?
> 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.
>> 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:
>>> 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
>>> 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.
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I believe the suggestion is to use WUBI to install Ubuntu within
Windows. That way, you don't have to worry about partitioning or GRUB,
as UB basically gets installed as a Windows program which just happens
to get listed in the Windows boot manager. That was how I first tried
UB. Now that I have added a second disk, I have UB on the second disk
and access Windows through GRUB, but WUBI was a very gentle way to get
introduced to Linux. WUBI also gives you the ability to use the Windows
un-installer t remove UB if you find you don't like it (unlikely!) or if
you manage to bork UB so thoroughly that you need to start again (I did,
more than once!) HTH
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