I am trying to install Clear Linux to my Samsung NP4705RE laptop, I have downloaded the latest version of live-desktop from the clearlinux download site and installed via a USB. Since my computer has Secure Boot enabled by default, I was unable to run the live-desktop from USB, so I disabled and selected the UEFI OS option, it then booted up and allowed me to have access to the GUI installer. I chose the destructive installation. After waiting, it said installation was successfull, I began to reboot and removed USB device. Once rebooted, computer shows that there is no bootable device found; this is verified in BIOS; my computer does indeed use UEFI. I am unable to boot Clear Linux. Just to make sure it isn’t my computer; I have enabled Secure Boot and downloaded and installed Linux Mint 19.2 which works and boots up correctly. How can I boot Clear Linux?
I’ve installed Clear Linux on VirtualBox and everything works as it should, just not for my laptop.