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Initial steps / Ubuntu

Initial boot:

  1. ) Get to Ubuntu:
Method A)
System boots to non-grub chooser.
Escape to cancel.
System moves to grub menu.
Choose Ubuntu and boot.

Method B)
Press F8 while booting
Select the drive/partition labelled "Ubuntu"
  1. ) Ubuntu starts
System hangs waiting for /boot/efi.
Press s to skip.
  1. ) Cleanup boot / set host name / add user / join AD:
Method A)

login to linux.cscf and become root

#ssh scspc123  (works because DNS server should have the correct info, even if the PC doesn't know it yet ...)
Adjust /etc/hostname
  - vi /etc/hostname   "scspcxxx" -> "scspc123"
  - vi /etc/hosts    "scspcxxx" -> "scspc123"  (some contraversy ...)

From linux.cscf:/u/magore/bin#
./join-ad scspc123.cs vplatsko   (userid of assigned user)
 
Login to local console of scspc123, login as cscf-adm
% boot-repair  (will prompt for sudo password)


Method B) (start locally - only use if Method A didn't work)
Log into GUI with cscf-adm account.
In an Ubuntu terminal do:
  sudo add-apt-repository ppa:yannubuntu/boot-repair
  sudo apt-get update
  sudo apt-get install -y boot-repair && boot-repair

In the "Boot Repair" dialog box:
  Select "Advanced options:
  Tab to "GRUB location"
    Make sure "Separate /boot/efi partition:" is checked and pointing to sda3
    Click "Apply"
    Continue through complaints about Secure Boot.

Adjust /etc/hostname
  - vi /etc/hostname   "scspcxxx" -> "scspc123"
  - vi /etc/hosts    "scspcxxx" -> "scspc123"  (some contraversy ...)

From linux.cscf:/u/magore/bin#
run thrice:
./join-ad scspc123.cs vplatsko
  1. ) reboot system.

Windows

  1. ) Boot into Windows
Select Windows from Grub menu

If you need to run the Sysprep steps
  - follow prompts - note create account and then cancel (or delete the account later)
  - reboot
  1. ) Join AD
Login as cscf-adm (F15)
Right-click This PC -> Properties
Computer Name -> Change Domain/host name
Click on Domain radio -> cs.uwaterloo.ca  -> Apply
Supply domain account administrator privileges (eg: userid-adm)
"Welcome to CS domain" -> Ok
Restart
  1. ) Add user as an Administrator
login as cscf-adm
This PC  -> Manage
Local Users and Groups -> Groups
Open "Administrators" - > Add "CS-GENERAL\userid"  (userid of assigned user) -> Check Names -> Ok
  1. ) Check/remove dummy user (if there created by Sysprep)
While still in Manage
Check list of users in Local Users and remove that dummy user
  1. ) Run updates (takes a while - or tell user to run "soon")
Start -> Windows Update
Topic revision: r2 - 2015-09-29 - LawrenceFolland
 
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