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sublevel1 Fix this component to clear its alerts. GPL-2.0 98% 25% 5 128 1 Translate
sublevel2 This component is linked to the Debian Installer/sublevel1 repository. Fix this component to clear its alerts. GPL-2.0 99% 28% 3 122 1 Translate
sublevel3 This component is linked to the Debian Installer/sublevel1 repository. Fix this component to clear its alerts. GPL-2.0 39% Translate
sublevel4 This component is linked to the Debian Installer/sublevel1 repository. Fix this component to clear its alerts. GPL-2.0 3% Translate
sublevel5 This component is linked to the Debian Installer/sublevel1 repository. Fix this component to clear its alerts. GPL-2.0 2% Translate
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hwansing

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The device notation should be specified as a device in /dev. Below are some examples:
- "/dev/sda" will install GRUB to the master boot record of your first
h
your primardy drive;
- "/dev/sda2" will use the second partition of your first hard drive
(UEFI partition/boot
record)
;
- "/dev/sdc5b" will use the first extended partition of your third hard
install GRUB to a second drive (which may for instance
be a thumb
drive);
- "/dev/fd0" will install GRUB to a floppy.
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You need to make the newly installed system bootable, by installing the GRUB boot loader on a bootable device. The usual way to do this is to install GRUB on the master boot record of your first hto your primardy drive. If you prefer, you can install GRUB elsewhere on the (UEFI partition/boot record). You may instead install GRUB to a different drive, (or to another drive, or even to a floppypartition), or to removable media.
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Installing the GRUB boot loader
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Warning: If the installer failed to detectyour computer has another operating system that is present on your computer, modifying the master boot recordthe installer failed to detect, this will make that operating system temporarily unbootable, though GRUB can be manually configured later to boot it.
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It seems that this new installation is the only operating system on this computer. If so, it should be safe to install the GRUB boot loader to the master boot record of your first hard driveyour primary drive (UEFI partition/boot record).
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If all of your operating systems are listed above, then it should be safe to install the boot loader to the master boot record of your first hard driveyour primary drive (UEFI partition/boot record). When your computer boots, you will be able to choose to load one of these operating systems or the newly installed Debian system.
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