I’m upgrading my laptop and desktops from Leap 42.2 to 42.3
On my laptop (which appears to be working correctly), the Partitioner shows…
/dev/sda 465.76GB ST500LT012-1DG14
/dev/sda1 2.01GB Linux Swap Swap swap
/dev/sda2 10…00GB Linux Native XFS /
/dev/sda3 453.75GB Linux Native XFS /home
The above was how it was originally setup. Then there has appeared 5 tmpfs folders. Which I assume are temporary folders of some kind and can be deleted? Yes/No?
On my desktop, I had a hard disk crash, which is probably irrecoverable. But I had a spare 3TB Seagate Barracuda drive. Which I tested for 9hrs using Seagate’s own Test/Reformat Utils. Everything checked out fine. So I wiped the first sector using their tool and proceeded to reformat with Leap 42.3.
After finishing the install and trying to run, Leap 4.3 on the desktop all I see is “Loading Operating System …”. No Grub message or boot from the hard drive. What could or should I have done differently. Beside the above partitions I see a /boot/EFI partition being created, when trying to install, which I just accepted as part of the install I also saw (somewhere in the install) something about boot being protected. But don’t recall if that was optional. And finally, I never managed to get the WFi connected during the install. Wich seemed pretty easy on the laptop install. That is usually my biggest headache when doing any install.
My Desktop also had a similar setup to my Laptop when using Leap 42.2 I’m not sure what’s going on with all this. Any advice would be helpful.