I am looking for help with getting openSUse Leap42.3 booted up and running.
I went through the NET install via a USB stick, and no problems came up that I am aware of.
>>There was a NST (the lunux boot info ?? ) folder added to the Windows 10 structure, but according to windows it is empty. Is that because of the format of linux?
Regardless of what I put in the easyBCD settings, I get a GRUB prompt that I don’t know what to do with or if I even should.
So once again I am here looking for help to get this thing so I can boot it up and use it. Sorry, but it will be a ‘triple’ boot, but I don’t think that should be a problem if things are setup right.
Here are the disk and partition breakdowns as shown in easyBCD when I try to get openSuse Leap 42.3 set up to boot along side windows 10 and windows 7.
I have annotated it to show what is where.
Partition 1 (NTFS - 100MB) Win10 System I am sure
Partition 2 (C:\ as NTFS 315 GB) This is Win10
Partition 3 (0x27 - 468MB) Probably a recovery partition I haven’t deleted
Partition 4 (D:\ as NTFS - 150GB) This is Win7
Partition 1 (F:\ as NTFS - 48GB) This is storage and old Win7
Partition 2 (G:\ as FAT32 - 48GB) ??? DON’T know what is here
Partition 3 (Swap - 2GB)
Partition 4 (Linux - 26GB)
Partition 5 (Linux - 39GB)
Partition 1 (H:\ as NTFS - 149GB) This is connected to the PC via a PCI card and not direct to the MOBO.
It is storage.