g.lip at gmx.com
Sat Jun 27 18:57:57 UTC 2009
Goh Lip wrote:
> When updating Karmic alpha2 to alpha3, grub2 was modified and grub
> legacy removed. However configfile grub.cfg was rendered unusable and
> was unable to launch any OS in it.
> Made a bug report.
> Public bug reported:
> karmic 64
> linux 2.6.30-9
> Grub2 fails to launch any OS.
> Rectified by modifying grub.cfg of the lines
> search --no-floppy --fs-uuid --set 4afcadf1-b2a6-..........
> search --fs-uuid --set 4afcadf1-b2a6-..........
> ie., by removing "--no-floppy"
> Note: this was done by launching my hardy partition through a dedicated
> boot partition(grub legacy)
> and modifying the grub.cfg of the karmic partition.
> ** Affects: ubuntu
> Importance: Undecided
> Status: New
> Anybody had similar problem?
Also, has anyone any idea of setting a dedicated grub partition using
grub2? How do you setup this partition to boot up equivalent to grub
legacy "root (hd0,x) --> setup (hd0)"?
I cannot make it work through the grub commands, must it be done only
through the main linux shell?
In other words....
grub>......doesn't work anymore?
gohlip at computername:~$.... only?
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