On Thu, Feb 08, 2018 at 01:24:32PM +0530, Akash mazumder wrote:
> *What was the outcome of this action?
> Installer installs normally, but when I boot up it directly logs me
>into Win10. I have manually select F9 and choose my boot option
>[something like UEFI Operating system(Debian) I don't exactly recall
>the options]. Then I'm shown the GRUB menu. Everything else is fine.
> * What outcome did you expect instead?
> GRUB menu asking me to select the OS that I want to Boot.
Hmmm. That's odd, but most likely a firmware issue on your machine. I
see you have an HP Notebook, but a model I don't recognise. It's quite
possible that it has broken Windows-specific support in the firmware,
or some other bug that causes it not to use more than one boot option.
In Debian, we've seen lots of buggy UEFI implementations I'm
afraid. There are workarounds available for some. What *might* help
here is installing grub to the removable media path too. Either boot
the installer into rescue mode to do that, or run
$ sudo dpkg-reconfigure -plow grub-efi-amd64
on your system and turn it on that way. Please let us know if it helps!
Steve McIntyre, Cambridge, UK. st...@einval.com
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