Anyways, I really do appreciate all your help, so please forgive me if I seem in any way ungrateful, I'm just kindof at my wits end here. AND GOD BLESS, I THINK I'M FINALLY GOING TO HAVE THIS THING UP AND RUNNING TODAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :) -----Original Message----- From:
is this running an MD5SUM check? When I press a key the message just repeats. These are the two principal guides I've been following: HOWTO-install-Ubuntu-to-a-Native-ZFS-Root-Filesystem EncryptedFilesystemLVMHowto It's all working fine except for the final step -- the installation of grub. je suis completement bloqué.
am i specifying the drives properly? Then hit Control + x to boot. I just deleted my entire grub directory and successfully re-recreated it so I know this will work. >From the LiveCD mount your hard drive and change root [email protected]:~$ sudo mkdir /mnt/root [email protected]:/etc/grub.d$ ls /dev/sda* /dev/sda /dev/sda1 /dev/sda2 /dev/sda5 [email protected]:/etc/grub.d$ sudo mount -t proc none /mnt/root/proc [email protected]:/etc/grub.d$ sudo mount -t -o bind /dev/mnt/root/dev mount: mount point /dev/mnt/root/dev does not exist [email protected]:/etc/grub.d$ sudo mount
Chris (cbaines) wrote on 2010-06-13: #21 @ I think its still a problem with grub however I think your right, your better creating a new thread. Shortly, seems to be that a some motherboards write a copy of the BIOS (or something like this) in a low area of the disk. Therefore I am wondering if all the files were properly installed. Indeed, installing the Extlinux boot loader immediately gave me a fully functional Ubuntu 10.4 on my machine.
I had that problem with a GB. Drive would not boot Grub said "out of disk" and dropped to rescue mode. I used xorg.conf from the SuSE 10.3 install to get 1280x1024 display. https://forums.opensuse.org/showthread.php/388515-Problems-with-GRUB-Error-18 i´ve included it to demonstrate.
Log in / Register Ubuntugrub2 package Overview Code Bugs Blueprints Translations Answers grub 2 error: out of disk. je vais peu être re-installer mdv2008 mais en choississant lilo pour voir.... Chris (cbaines) on 2010-04-24 Changed in grub2 (Ubuntu): status: New → Fix Released John Hart (jlhart68) wrote on 2010-05-02: #15 I just upgraded my Acer Netbook to 10.04LTS and neither of Whilst this may theoretically answer the question, it would be preferable to include the essential parts of the answer here, and provide the link for reference. –gertvdijk Jun 29 '13 at
Obsessed or Obsessive? look at this site All this could be due to a problem with the installation, and not grub specifically, so I am sorry for disturbing the calm of this thread. Why is absolute zero unattainable? It is much better to go to launchpad website, login and post responses in this manner.
Apparently there are some changes about to be made to the zfs-related packages though, so it might work in a while. –Lars Kotthoff Oct 29 '12 at 11:03 add a comment| weblink Last week I was trying to install GRUB to the partition my Ubuntu was installed on (not understanding how any of this worked). Read the part at the end. I have never seen a good CD fail to install properly.
Tried sudo grub-install on sda3 (my boot partition) and sda1 (ubuntu install) to no avail. I guess I'll post a new bug with all the info. It would appear from this that the problem is with GRUB 2 and not with the BIOS. navigate here Of course it couldn't find menu.lst but asked me if I wanted to create one.
When I removed that from the default entry, my system booted fine. Write your grub.cfg manually rather than using update-grub. [email protected]:/boot$ ls abi-2.6.24-16-generic memtest86+.bin config-2.6.24-16-generic System.map-2.6.24-16-generic initrd.img-2.6.24-16-generic.bak vmlinuz-2.6.24-16-generic [email protected]:/boot$ cd /etc [email protected]:/etc$ ls acpi gre.d papersize adduser.conf groff passwd adjtime group passwd- aliases group- pcmcia alternatives grub.d perl anacrontab gshadow pm
Therefore I assume this is a Grub2 problem. bgotsupe (brian-techstacy) said on 2008-10-01: #5 looks like "[email protected]:~$ sudo mount -t ext3 /dev/sda1 /mnt/root" was correct as sda1 is where ubuntu is installed. So, if you rewrite this value with hdparm (or use other apps such HDAT2 or "HDD capacity restore tool", I didn't test these apps, I used hdparm only) the disk should Going to reboot from the CD, run through these commands (with some new understanding of what they are doing) and post results (should be an in depth line-by-line guide that will
Writing it took quite some time and I don't really want to spend even more time condensing it solely for the purpose of having a "nice" answer. –Lars Kotthoff Jun 29 beardedwalrus (beardedwalrus) wrote on 2009-12-03: #5 Hey could one of you PLEASE give me step-by-step instructions to fix this? AND GOD BLESS, I THINK I'M FINALLY GOING TO HAVE THIS THING UP AND RUNNING TODAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :) -----Original Message----- From:
I have had the same problem for ages. Wyatt Smith (wyatt-smith) said on 2008-10-02: #7 I also get the ´unable to resolve host ubuntu¨ before I go into the grub shell, so I think that is normal. a noter que le 200Go possède 24321 cyl. (bien moins que le 320go) j'ai lu qq part que XP dois être en 1ere partition non ? (donc je ne peux pas Download the standard Ubuntu 8.04.1 32 bits iso image, torrent is recommended http://releases.ubuntu.com/releases/8.04.1/ubuntu-8.04.1-desktop-i386.iso http://releases.ubuntu.com/releases/8.04.1/ubuntu-8.04.1-desktop-i386.iso.torrent Check the md5sum of your downloaded Ubuntu .iso image file https://help.ubuntu.com/community/HowToMD5SUM and compare with http://releases.ubuntu.com/8.04.1/MD5SUMS Burn it
It's stayed unfixed for many Ubuntu versions, I wonder how many people have walked away from Ubuntu because they couldn't even install it. Why is this taking so long to get fixed? Having an Issue With Posting ? can't even get GRUB to find /boot/grub/stage1.
installation encryption zfs share|improve this question edited Apr 14 '13 at 5:07 Kevin Bowen 10.4k104759 asked Aug 4 '12 at 15:18 Lars Kotthoff 59110 add a comment| 4 Answers 4 active super... I used to check it hdparm utility: I ran this command (my disk is /dev/sda) hdparm -N /dev/sda This is the result: /dev/sda: max sectors = 1953525168/1953525168, HPA is disabled As Will keep you posted. -b -----Original Message----- From: