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## e.g. See full activity log To post a comment you must log in. Maybe the patch for the splash image is commented out in the version that is being used. linuxcommand Originally Posted by *snip* I love it when people stop trying to help me and I just uninstall ubuntu because of it . . . this contact form
After hitting the Enter (Return) key at the GRUB menu, the screen blanks out Situation After hitting Enter (Return) at the GRUB menu during system boot, the screen blanks out, but Don't get me wrong, I'm willing to give it a try for the sake of tackling this bug, it would just cost quite a bit of time. Be sure to change partition numbers and the like according to the specific systems specs. If the kernel is missing make sure to have compiled a kernel (using genkernel or manually): root #cd /usr/src/linux/ root #make menuconfig root #make And that it has been copied to
Now, whenever I boot up I get "Error #15: File not found." From what I've gathered, something is wrong with my menu.lst I've tried several things to Read more 2015-05-01 00:08 This is a solved post, but would be more difficult that you would like. To re-install grub, you need to boot a Live CD.
For those who may wonder, I insist that those files were copied from the mounted hard drive, they do not belong to the live cd. Edit bug mail Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else Bug attachments lspci.log (edit) uname.log (edit) version.log (edit) lspci.log (edit) Add attachment • Take the tour • Read the guide © Last Jump to page: Quick Navigation Installation & Upgrades Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums The Ubuntu Forum Community Ubuntu Official Flavours Support Good luck, and thanks for the efforts so far.
Check the partition for errors: root #fsck -y /dev/sda1 GRUB error 17 Situation root (hd0,0) filesystem type unknown partition type 0x7 Error 17: Cannot mount selected partition Solution This error is Some BIOSes count the CD as a hard disk in BIOS, so maybe grub is looking at the CD for its stage2, which isn't in the same place it is on How can I use gutsy gibbon without using a upgrade from ubuntu 7.04 (because it's removes compiz (fusion)). https://wiki.gentoo.org/wiki/GRUB_Error_Reference both are working fine, but when i repair my xp due to some problem i cant able Read more 2012-03-20 19:27 Ubuntu GRUB Error 15: file not found booting 'not lucky'
I inserted the live cd, booted my computer (Acer Aspire 1640), clicked Next Next Next (all default options, including automatic partitioning of the whole disk). I think you have to use the command line to figure it out. In busybox I can browse the root filesystem. I tried 6 times selecting different partitions to install grub, with no luck.
I'm wondering if the MBR was installed on separate drive than the one which they installed Hardy over. That sounds really strange.. They're tried the supergrub disk, but it failed to repair GRUB. noost .
Upon boot, the system goes Bios -> Grub Error 15 (reproducable in installs where I do not let the installer write the bootloader) When I install alpha6 from the LiveCD booted http://fileupster.com/grub-error/grub-error-11.html Since you can't reproduce it anymore, I set the status to invalid but please feel free to comment here and change the status if you can reproduce this bug again. Ok, booting the kernel 10.1 Situation 10.2 Solution 11 GRUB just shows a GRUB prompt 11.1 Situation 11.2 Solution 12 Could not find device for /boot/boot: not found or not a Add tags Tag help jtholmes (jtholmes) wrote on 2008-01-07: #1 Thank you for your report TerryG (tgalati4) wrote on 2008-02-23: #2 Triaged to Incomplete.
I can run the installer, and the install completes. See full activity log To post a comment you must log in. Do you mean that this time, after you installed Hardy from the LiveCD, you did not have any problems booting your computer? navigate here Share it on StumbleUpon Share this on Reddit Add this to Google Bookmarks Tweet This!
They can point and click easy enough, but trying to talk them through command line over the phone is not something I look forward to. I am now trying to install with the alternate CD. The time now is 09:46 AM.
This is the info I snagged: uname: Linux hardya6-laptop 2.6.24-11-generic #1 SMP Fri Feb 29 22:08:31 UTC 2008 i686 GNU/Linux version_signature: Ubuntu 2.6.24-11.17-generic lspci: 00:00.0 Host bridge : Intel Corporation Mobile It will have to be re-installed. The contents of this document, unless otherwise expressly stated, are licensed under the CC-BY-SA-3.0 license. psychocats .
Solution Mount the boot partition and verify if the grub/grub.conf file exists. The running kernel is tainted by the proprietary nvidia driver, but I don't suppose that should matter so early in the boot process. Mark as duplicate Convert to a question Link a related branch Link to CVE You are not directly subscribed to this bug's notifications. http://fileupster.com/grub-error/grub-error-24.html Follow the solutions provided by this document at the readers own risk.
Use the mailing list till I unfreeze it Home Help Search Login Register Forum freezed. just to see what would happen with the new graphics card. I'm not quite sure if it's the same bug. Thanks in advance.
More to come: It is not so easy to read the filesystem configuration to guess what went wrong, because I have no OS now, but I will try with a live Last Jump to page: Results 1 to 10 of 31 Thread: Hardy Install - GRUB Error 15 Thread Tools Show Printable Version Subscribe to this Thread… Display Linear Mode Switch to Grub was working fine before the install. On the grub command line, enter Code: find /boot/grub/stage2 Whatever it returns, use as the argument in a root statement.
four RAID array, 1 'new' boot drive, 1 'old' boot drive, that I'd have sworn I removed after the old one failed.(Reply) (Parent) (Thread)Um Google Groups Discussions nutzen zu After using the 'Super Grub Disk', I managed to reviv Read more 2013-06-12 14:16 Ubuntu Grub problem following Error 15: File not found Greetings - I spent most parts of the I'm not sure if you should update the existing initrd image (-u) or create a new one (-c), but in case the existing one is corrupted somehow, creating a new one Already successfully dual booting Ubuntu 10.10 and Windows XP (which I keep purely for iTunes).