- May 3, 2012
- Intel DH67BL
- HD 3000
- Mobile Phone
I formatted a 50 GB ext4 partition on my HDD (/dev/sdb1) and mounted it to the root (/) for the Ubuntu 13.10 installation, and I specified to install GRUB there as well. However, I do not see the Penguin icon for Linux in Chimera. I made sure to install what seemed like a Legacy installation of Ubuntu off my USB.
Do you have any other suggestions for getting the Linux icon to appear in Chimera? Again, I appreciate the help. I also created a swap area on my HDD as well (/dev/sdb2). Previously, I managed to get a Windows FAT32 partition to appear in Chimera that would load GRUB, but the icon for this partition was not the familiar and coveted Penguin logo.
The icon used seems like a secondary (theme related) issue.
The question is whether the partition shows and can you boot from it. It is very easy to not install Grub to the right place, so you must be careful. Refer to my blog (link in signature) for a step-by-step install of Ubuntu (There is a step marked IMPORTANT!).