[ubuntu-in] need help for booting/opening
jeyendrasiva at gmail.com
Mon Aug 24 06:27:31 BST 2009
Thanks for the reply.
I forgot that writing in CAPS is shouting loudly. But, i request you to
take this in the spirit that I was shouting out in Joy.
I will try to reinstall the ubuntu.
and someone said that 8.04 LTS is good (than Jaunty !!!). Is it so ???.
thanks once again,
On Sat, Aug 22, 2009 at 1:50 PM, Ninad Pundalik <ninadsp16289 at gmail.com>wrote:
> Hi Sivakumar,
> > I THANK WITH MY FULL HEART FOR PEOPLE WHO HAVE MADE THIS 'LIVE CD' stuff.
> First of all, good to know that you like Ubuntu a lot, and more
> importantly, that you love to experiment with softwares/OS's on your
> As has been pointed above, there is most probably an error in the
> configuration file for your GRUB (the bootloader in Linux). You can
> pop in a live cd, and fix grub/repair the config file, after checking
> out the tutorials on the net. In case repairing the menu.lst file
> does not work, I might recommend re-installing grub. Just remember
> that grub is a double edged sword... damn powerful, but at the same
> time can wreack havoc with partitions. So tread carefully :) Feel
> free to post back with any further problems.
> As a side note, writing in CAPS is considered to be shouting, and some
> people in the mailing list can feel offended. We do know that you are
> new here, so maybe you could have a look at this once:
> Happy experimenting :)
> Ninad S. Pundalik
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