Install failure, /dev/disk/by-uuid/8**** does not exist.
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Fri Jun 13 19:56:30 BST 2008
Aart Koelewijn wrote:
> I had an old computer runnig 7.10 quite nicely.
> I upgraded it to 8.04, but when I had to reboot it, it failed me, nothing
> happened anymore, a hardware (motherboard?) failure, I suppose.
> Now with bits and parts of this computer and an other old computer, about
> the same age, both Pentium III I build something which I think should
> I tried the live 8.04 cd, which worked nicely, so I proceded to install.
> All seemed to go well, but at the end the install procedure broke off and
> when I tried to boot from hard-disk I got "GRUB loading stage 1.5. Error
Since the last thing in the install process is the Grub install, then that's
not really surprising.
I'm not quite sure why you would expect an install that clearly failed to
work. Your only real choice would seem to be to try reinstalling - but I'd
like to know what you really meant by "the install procedure broke off".
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