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Linux Support / Re: Linux Live Boot
« on: November 18, 2020, 05:56:46 pm »
When you boot a Linux installer, you should get the opportunity to edit the boot command. Try adding this to the end of the line and see if it helps:
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acpi=noirq
I just got no IRQ handler when I tried to boot 18.4.5 ubuntu. Albeit I tired running live it did not work.

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Linux Support / Re: Linux Live Boot
« on: November 18, 2020, 03:45:15 pm »
Hi
This sounds like it might be a compression issue .. something changed in recent releases which apparently causes problems on some systems. You can test for this by trying an older version. Can you give it a go with the Ubuntu 18.04 live CD, this should be pre- the compression issue. If you get the issue post-install, (i.e. if you install 18, then upgrade to 20) apparently you can fix with (after booting in recovery mode);
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sudo sed -i 's/COMPRESS=lz4/COMPRESS=gzip/g' /etc/initramfs-tools/initramfs.conf
sudo update-initramfs -u

I have heard about this issue too but I was not sure if this would solve the issue for Kali or Mint too. I will give this a go. Just to be sure I am meant to live boot 18.04 run the command you have specified and upgrade to 20
I have 2 questions how do I upgrade to 20 and could I upgrade to Kali from 18.04 ubuntu.

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Linux Support / Re: Linux Live Boot
« on: November 18, 2020, 03:15:47 pm »
Hello Keith,
Yes my laptop is able to run both Windows and Kali on it. I also tried with Linux mint and it is capable of doing so too.

KillerKingTR

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Linux Support / Linux Live Boot
« on: November 18, 2020, 02:53:01 pm »
Hi everyone I am trying to live boot Linux Mint, Ubuntu or Kali but I cant get neither to work properly. My pc wont live boot any linux distro. I tried on my laptop and it works just fine on my laptop. I can live boot and set up LTS.I thought it was a hardware problem so I contacted my motherboard maker and they did some testing to ensure me that it was not the motherboard.
The error I am getting "Inframs unpacking failed: Decoding Failed" (https://ibb.co/WyhHVY9) IDK why the screen goes like that (keep in mind the same ISO and USB works on my laptop)
My set up is ;
Aorus elite x570
r5 3600x
corshair 16gb ram
2060 Super

The ultimate aim is to have a dualboot set up with linux(preferably kali) and windows. I have windows running without an issue rn.

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