General Fedora noob here. I cleared my harddrive a few weeks ago and installed Fedora 24 on it Worked for a while, but when I tried to boot into Fedora a few hours ago, i went into grub rescue. For what it's worth, when I boot from a USB (as if I was installing again from a USB) I can see my documents in dev/dma1. I don't really know what to do with this information though. I'm guessing it's looking for grub2 in the wrong place, but how can I find the correct place to point it to? Thankssubmitted by /u/ToHideWritingPrompts
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The two kits are optimized for open source Linux standards like Automotive Grade Linux (AGL) and GENIVI, but they also support QNX. Earlier R-Car automotive starter kits include last year’s R-Car H2 ADAS Starter Kit, based on its earlier H2 automotive SoC.
So is there a good rule of thumb to what size I should set my partitions to based on the hardware of my laptop. I always went through the automated installs and was taken back by what I should set my partitions n fstab config. If I'm being too vague lmksubmitted by /u/noodles191919