So, I happen to run a dual boot of Windows 7 and Ubuntu (mostly for fixing windows problems) and I noticed windows 10 is coming out and downloaded the WIP version of it. I installed it alright but it fails on boot with error code 0x0000359. You may be thinking "This has nothing to do with linux, GTFO n00b" Well, I am using ubuntu to follow the instructions in this:http://support2.microsoft.com/kb/2008373
and I need to translate the findstr /i /c:"iastor" %windir%/inf/oem*.inf
into the linux equivalent. I happened to find that Grep
is the replacement for the findstr
and I cannot translate it myself.
Basically, I need to be able to find references to iastor in files inside of a directory, additionally, I need to be able to reference a source outside of my linux installation, eg; my windows installation.
In short, translation of the above findstr command into linux terminal, and targetting of my C:/windows/inf directory.
I am mostly n00bs when it comes to linux.
Additionally I run ubuntu 12.04, and windows 10(used to be 7).