New linux install unable to find boot volume after restart

Discussion in 'Linux Guest OS Discussion' started by sam452, Mar 26, 2018.

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  1. sam452

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    This keeps happening on multiple Linux installs. Following https://kb.parallels.com/en/124109 I find that after install and reboot that the install cdrom is still running and cannot be ejected. That's because it's still running on the OS on the cdrom.
    Now I find that after restart it cannot even find the cdrom, let alone the boot volume files it needs. I cannot change the boot order but it does have the Hard Drive at the top.
    What's the missing step to have this become a normal install running off my Mac? I must have the wrong search terms as this has happened on multiple installs. thx, sam
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  2. sam452

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    Unlike other Linux installs I've done from .iso files. In this case I have to use the Desktop to find the Install CD ROM and actually run the installer. This is here so that others may find this in their searches.
     
  3. DeviL

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    Linux is the good operating system for security wise. when you installing the Linux on the PC/Laptop then your System will be restart automatically then you are sure your Linux Installation Cd in Your CD ROM. You can also search the installation of Linux on Internet using the Internet Explorer. If your Internet Explorer is not working properly then please visit https://babasupport.org/browser/internet-explorer-customer-service/342
     
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