I am having problems trying to install Clear Linux on an HP Notebook, I have followed the recommended steps to burn the ISO to a USB drive, and ran the compatibility checkup scripts before attempting the installation, all checks reported success.
The problem is, when I enable secure-boot in the BIOS, I do not get the option to boot from USB (when pressing F9), if I try it with legacy-mode, I get the option to boot from USB, but when proceeding I get the error “isolinux.bin missing or corrupt”.
Before trying this on my HP Notebook, I tested this on a DELL PC and I encountered the same behavior (legacy vs. secure boot), and I was able to fix it by enabling secure-boot then creating a manual boot entry in the bios, pointing to the UEFI file inside the USB drive.
Unfortunately, I have limited options on the HP Notebook when configuring the BIOS, I can only change the boot order, enable or disable secure boot, but it’s not possible to add a manual boot entry.
Any pointers are appreciated.