(2017-07-06 15:45)renjithmenon Wrote: Hi ,just boot ChromeOS via CTRL+D before the 1s timeout on the Developer Mode boot screen, then re+run through script to complete the dual boot setup
On my Chromebox ( PANTHER F51), I followed all the instruction and ran the Kodi E-Z Setup script to install Dual Boot ChromeOS + LibreELEC but unfortunately without verifying the installation i changed the boot option to 0 sec wait to boot to the new installation.
Now on booting the LibELEC image goes to a black screen and I am not able to re-run the script because Ctrl+Alt+F2 to log into the terminal doesn't work for me - maybe because boot is happening too fast .
Can you please suggest a solution?
Sent from my Nexus 6P (typie typie)