LFS not booting Grub error
karl at karlwilbur.net
Mon Jan 19 13:15:52 PST 2004
You are absolutely correct. I just didn't want to go on too long about
this because I was not sure if this is even a problem for Serge
Kevin Alm wrote:
> On Monday 19 January 2004 09:28 am, Karl Wilbur wrote:
>>Remember that GRUB has a slightly different naming system for hard
>>drives than what you maybe used to.
>>hda = (hd0)
>>hda1 = (hd0,0)
>>hda2 = (hd0,1) ...
> Sorry to be overly pedantic, but this not strictly correct. What grub does is
> search in sequence hda, hdb, hdc ... hdh assigning a number 0, 1, 2 ...
> whenever and only if it finds a hard drive. cdrom/cdrw's don't count nor do I
> believe other ide devices, for example ls120 drives.
> On my system, I have my hd's on a pci udma66 card and my cd drives on the
> motherboard ide's (udma33). hde=(hd0).
More information about the lfs-support