Hello to the Parrot forum!
I am trying to install the latest Parrot Sec version (4.11) on a second laptop I have, and the installation went well: it was actually a re-install as the first attempt ended up with root being locked for some reason (tried to publish this ticket on Saturday, but I have have missed something before validating it :-D).
The (re) installation went smoothly and I have chosen the option to encrypt the disk, and this worked from the first time: the passphrase was requested at boot, then I got the grub menu for the dual boot laptop (Win 10 + Parrot Sec).
However, I then later tried another Linux distro from a live usb (Mint Linux) thinking to add a non-sec focused distro too, and then impossible to boot on Parrot or even find the grub, and no more passphrase requests for the encrypted boot.
I have explored different things, to find the Parrot boot in BIOS, via Windows command line (mounting & exploring system partition, use of bcdedit.exe, etc.) in vain.
Could you please help with this issue?
More generally, are there some recommendations as to the sequence / steps to have Parrot + another Linux distro installed aside Win 10 (btw it looks my issue may have something in common with this post:
ParrotOS Deletes Boot entries from BIOS with Fedora Distros)
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ParrotOS iso in use:
Parrot Sec 4.11
Application used for flashing the iso:
Rufus (latest version)
Logs/Terminal output (use pastebin or similar services):
Can’t provide any logs or screenshots, as I can’t boot into Parrot anymore.
I can provide however info that would be needed to see the situation about boot, grub etc. please just specify what would be useful