Adv Reply July 23rd, 2008 #4 loell View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Rice Coffee Roaster Join Date Oct 2005 Location Davao, Philippines Beans 4,831 Re: Grub loading, please Mac user with Linux tendencies#!CrunchBang Waldorf & Ubuntu 13.04 on Acer 1810TZ (OCZ Vertex 2 128gb SSD)Various linux virtual machines on a Mac mini, an iMac and a MacBook Air Offline if there is an easy way to recover grub using flash disk? For example to install the GRUB bootloader to the MBR of the first drive: # grub-install /dev/sda GRUB will indicate whether it successfully installs. http://fileupster.com/grub-loading/grub-loading-error-18-opensuse.html
If you have changed a partitions system id, you should [v]erify your partition table and then [w]rite it. All I had to do is shrink windows 7 using their own tools and suse linux is now happily residing on the extra space and grub now sees all :~). a LiveCD), or directly from a running Arch install. is there a quik way to boot into the existing suse?
The above assumes that either the boot partition resides on the root filesystem or is mounted to /boot on the root file system! Linux user started Jun 2004 - No. 361921 Using a Linux live CD to clone XP To install Linux and keep Windows MBR untouched Adding extra Linux & Doing it in See further discussion here. Vanpooling now...
Apr 27, 2011 I did a fresh install of SuSE 11.4 (WIN7 TOO) and changed my Larger HD1 to the first HD. Restart with named boot choice If you realize that you often need to switch to some other non-default OS (e.g. It doesn't complete the boot process. Code:grubroot (hd0,3)setup (hd0)quitrebootCan anyone explain to me why these commands caused my system to boot directly to a grub shell?
Trying to minimize the hassle I thought Iíll take SUSE 9.3, letting her do partitioning to enable dual boot with my win xp. Last edited by CheekyBangBang (2010-11-22 07:24:54) 85% #! While hwinfo gives you directly the correct value needed by the kernel. my company Your Grub has reported "activate boot loader partition: no replace code is mbr: leave untouched " That makes me think that you have chickened out to put Grub in the MBR.
From other threads, however, I have noticed that I should probably include my menu.lst, listed belowCode:I have also ran the boot info script and received the RESULTS.txt file it generates. GRUB must be installed on the MBR (first sector of the hard disk), or the first partition of the first storage device to be recognized by most BIOSes. To fix this you will need to use the Windows Recovery Console for your Windows release. Is that right?
For more advanced trainees it can be a desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration. http://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/linux-newbie-8/installing-suse-grub-error-17-a-896919/ I also edited the titles (and make a backup before I did all this). #! for LVM or RAID support). Join Date May 2008 Location "Bayan Ko" BeansHidden!
just for the record, though the reason is probably distorted mbr, i cannot log to windows. http://fileupster.com/grub-loading/grub-loading-error-18.html Join Date Jun 2004 Location Newcastle upon Tyne Posts 2,971 OK although I am still not entirely sure of your problem let me state what the system has to be. It seems that the Suse 11.2 build is somehow resetting the active partition and the boot does not see grub or Windows. Im a bit desperate, nothing what I try worked.
I cannot get rid of the grub bootloade View 14 Replies View Related OpenSUSE Install :: Grub Does Not Boot / Just Showing A Black Screen Written 'Grub'? View 3 Replies View Related OpenSUSE Install :: 11.3 - Red Error: "the Boot Loader Installed On A Partition That Does Not Lie Entirely Blew 128 GB .The System Maight Not OK this is how you can check your system Once booted with the Live CD and log in as the root user just click the monitor icon for terminal mode. navigate here Adv Reply July 26th, 2008 #9 ch1c0dj View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Gee!
Content is available under GNU Free Documentation License 1.3 or later unless otherwise noted. I also noticed that this happens only with the specified kernel below. Reply With Quote 17-Jun-2012,06:34 #2 jdmcdaniel3 View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Flux Capacitor Penguin Join Date Mar 2010 Location Austin - Texas Posts 10,489 Re: Grub
I had Ubuntu 7.04 before, but when installing 10.04, I deleted the 7.04 partitions. View 4 Replies View Related OpenSUSE Install :: LVM - Can't Boot Into X Window - Only GRUB Command Line During Boot Nov 4, 2010 Out of curiosity and stupidity, I To read a manual page, simply type man and the name of the tool. (Examples: 'man ntfsprogs' or 'man fdisk') [Code]..... Then, 357 + 512 = 869, so you will use vga=869.
Note: Removing liloAUR will not remove LILO from the MBR if it has been installed there; it will merely remove the liloAUR package. The latter is a scratch area about the size twice of PC physical memory. This may be necessary after resizing partitions or adding/removing drives. his comment is here Change default 0 to default saved -- this will record the current default in a default file in the GRUB directory whenever the savedefault command is used.
The only thing i did differently from the guide was placing the /boot partition after a ~800 GB NTFS partition with my data.I tried to solve the problem by reinstalling the when i try again shows up GRUB 1.5 Loading GRUB Error 17 I try to restore grub using ubuntu bootable usb using sudo grub command in terminal but it's says command For example, /dev/sda1 would be referred to as (hd0,msdos1) (for MBR) or (hd0,gpt1) (for GPT). Anyone have any idea what to do to get my #!
I also tried Using the Unofficial "Super Grub Disk" (Auto Super Grub Disk, As a standalone cd, and UNetbootin Super Grub Disk Loader) but it always says ERROR 15: File Not If you use XP, look at this page to be able to turn the floppy disks to a Recovery CD. Adv Reply July 23rd, 2008 #2 thschiavo View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Just Give Me the Beans! Here is the error description: Grub Error 17 : Cannot mount selected partition This error is returned if the partition requested exists, but the filesystem type cannot be recognized by GRUB.
Now try to set up GRUB again. now i have another problem and that is that SUSE won't load in its full glorry but that is because its partition it full. This is why these codes change from one card to the other (possibly even for the same manufacturer). Hirap talaga ako...!
I booted live with gparted and also with my #! 9.04 cd's to check the partition tables and edit stuff4) I've saved menu.1st to a back up usb flash (I've actually