Solutions For 28 Bugs In Linux Mint 19.2

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No operating-system is perfect. Linux Mint is no exception. Here you will discover solutions for some bugs in Linux Mint 19.2 (or in the applications that are part of the default installing Linux Mint). 30. Want more tips? 1. Does your computer have an old processor without PAE support? For most non-PAE processors from the Intel Pentium M series and Intel Celeron M series, PAE support can have no choice but. Making them fit for Linux Mint 19.x after all. You can pressure PAE upon such a processor chip by selecting Start with PAE pressured in the boot menu from the Mint DVD.

You can make that boot menu visible by interrupting the automatic boot, by hitting the space pub through the countdown. 2. Some computer systems, after a apparently flawless installation of Mint, won’t boot. I’ll describe two situations here. In that case you’ve probably used an USB memory stick for the installation (Live USB).

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It happens sometimes, that the memory space stick identifies itself as sda and the hard disk drive as sdb. And that is how it configures bootloader Grub then, through the installation! After the installation bootloader Grub wants to boot from sdb, but sdb has vanished: the hard disk drive should be attended to as sda now.

In that case it suffices to redirect Grub to sda, which you can do as follows. The easiest method is when you use a Mint DVD for that, because then you can be certain that you will see no new switching of sda into sdb in the live session. When you do not have the option to employ a DVD, then you may try a Live USB of Xubuntu 18.04 LTS, because that one probably has no switching problem (at least in my limited experience).

In that case the reason may be, that Mint has installed a wrong kind of shoe loader. Namely Grub for EFI / UEFI (grub-efi) rather than the normal Grub for BIOS. Among others, this happens on a Lenovo B570e laptop. Although a UEFI is got by this computer and not a BIOS, this UEFI has been configured by Lenovo to behave as if it were a BIOS. That’s why it needs the ordinary Grub for BIOS.

Reparation is then fairly simple: install the ordinary Grub with the Mint DVD. 3. Using cases, after an evidently successful installing Mint next to a preexisting Windows 8.x or 10, your computer might boot into Home windows 8 right.x or 10. No shoe menu then, where to choose Mint. This may be the effect of a wrong boot priority order in the UEFI. 4. Especially on older computers, it might happen that the installation of Mint instantly fails.

This could be caused by the slideshow. Through the installation of Mint a slideshow is seen by you, with beautiful pictures about what to anticipate in your brand-new Mint. But sometimes this slideshow creates problems: the graphics card can’t handle it, because the right drivers was not installed yet, and the set up stalls. Following the removal of the slideshow you can launch the installer again. 5. This is especially visible on computers with relatively low RAM memory (2 GB or less): they tend to be far too sluggish in Linux Mint, and Mint accesses the hard disk drive much too. Luckily, this can be helped.