On 06.08.21 06:53, Sy retia wrote:
In my opinion, the openSUSE installer really needs to add an option to automatically setup a dual boot similar to how Ubuntu and its flavors have.
I just for you tried this: cloned a windows 10 machine and did a default 15.3 install on it. Just "next", "next", "next", "finish" style. Only options I selected were german keyboard and "minimal graphical system". For everything else, just defaults. And both systems boot fine with grub2 menu available to select.
This alone has lead me to push more beginners to an official Ubuntu flavor than openSUSE because it's so much easier to guide them through setting up a dual boot of an official Ubuntu flavor than openSUSE.
Well, if you need to do anything on ubuntu to set up dual boot, then IMHO it is already harder than on openSUSE, where you need to do nothing.
Did you file at least a bug report for your failed dualboot installations? Or can you provide any information about those installations?