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TEFICO

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Hi,

What must I do to install Operator 2.5 in a computer with UEFI BIOS?

I've tried and it fails.

Thanks.
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Filip Jenicek (Kerio)

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Hi,

does the UEFI bios support some kind of a legacy mode? If it does, enable it and try it.

Operator is a customized 32-bit Debian Linux. Are you able to install a Linux OS on the computer?

Filip
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TEFICO

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After lot of tests I've found the BIOS settings to boot.

It's an ASUS MoBo.

I post the sets, may be it helps another users:

Fast Boot: enabled
CSM: automatic
O.S.: another O.S.
Secure Boot Keys: delete PK key and leave the others.
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Filip Jenicek (Kerio)

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Interesting, thanks for sharing.
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