[xubuntu-users] Upgrading to newer version
because_productions at myfairpoint.net
Sun May 9 23:41:36 UTC 2010
Tom H wrote:
> On Sun, May 9, 2010 at 2:49 PM, mischa falkenburg
> <because_productions at myfairpoint.net> wrote:
>> Well, I've never seen the likes of this...perhaps you have and can help
>> with a solution.
>> I was going "up" to 9.10...after the install (no error messages), or
>> boot (ditto) when the Grub screen came on, here's what I saw:
>> GNU GRUB version 1.97~beta 4
>> Next a flashing bar on "Ubuntu, Linux 2.6.31-14-generic"
>> Pressing Enter led to :
>> error: no such device: 83adab12-732b-436c-a56f-43944e3ec6b5
>> Press any key..., etc.
>> If I chose the (recovery) line underneath, I would see the same
> What does "chose the (recovery) line underneath" mean?
> What prompt do you get, "sh:grub", "grub", or "grub rescue"?
When the Grub screen displays there are usually 4 choices: 2 of them are
for the OS (1 of which is recovery mode), and 2 are for memtest.
I haven't seen anything that says "sh:grub", or "grub rescue". Should I?
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