christian chris.guillerm at free.fr
Lun 30 Jan 17:25:03 UTC 2006

a propos de :

>>Eventuellement, que répondre au prompt ?
vu sur : 

4.2.2 GNU/Linux

It is relatively easy to boot GNU/Linux from GRUB, because it somewhat 
resembles to boot a Multiboot-compliant OS.

   1. Set GRUB's root device to the same drive as GNU/Linux's. Probably 
the command find /vmlinuz or similar can help you (see find).
   2. Load the kernel:

          grub> kernel /vmlinuz root=/dev/hda1

      If you need to specify some kernel parameters, just append them to 
the command. For example, to set vga to `ext', do this:

          grub> kernel /vmlinuz root=/dev/hda1 vga=ext

      See the documentation in the Linux source tree for complete 
information on the available options.
   3. If you use an initrd, execute the command initrd (see initrd) 
after kernel:

          grub> initrd /initrd

   4. Finally, run the command boot (see boot).

change pour le bon device, bien sur


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