gramos at yahoo.com
Fri Feb 12 11:08:16 PST 2010
> So what was the error? Was this second entry to try to boot
> grub2 on sdc2? Did grub2 load or did it
> quit with an error? Did grub2 fail to boot the kernel?
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The first time I tried to modify the old grub.conf, I just add the lines created by the new grub.cfg, must made them adhere to the format used in grub.conf. That attempted boot, resulted in no such partition.
So I changed the grub.conf to:
title GNU/Linux, with Linux 184.108.40.206-lfs-6.6-rc1
kernel /vmlinux-220.127.116.11-lfs-6.6-rc1 root=/dev/sdc2
That just brought up an empty menu with no selection at all.
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