Is me or Linux become too hard lately?
Used to install Ubuntu on my Desktop or Laptop for a few years and it was always a walk in the park.
But but but, with the crazy UEFI patition and Windows 7 GPT partiton, and it doesn't help that Nvidia NVS Video
card are well supported by Linux. None of my old Ubuntu/Debian/Gentoo/Knoppix disks are able to
boot successful with UEFI boot loader. And I downloaded all the newest and greatest Ubuntu 11.04, Fedora 15, none could load with UEFI either.
With Ubuntu, it is understandable that it didn't support UEFI load yet, but Fedora 15, which suppose to support that, I tried their USB boot loader, and netinstaller ISO, which should be load with UEFI, no, only show me a ugly Gurb command line with no useful error message or anything message tell me what's going on.
Last night, finally give up on UEFI, trying to load Ubuntu BIOS, still either Grub are not installed if trying to
installed to MBR or just give me a blank screen with nothing show if installed into other partition.
Wow, seems that after 5 years using Linux daily, Linux is still too hard for me.