to make LFS 5.0 bootable

Jim Gifford lfs at
Tue Mar 23 02:20:23 PST 2004

Did you tell grub that you wanted to boot to hda9 using the (hdx,x) type

Try this boot into grub. Hit c for the command line

type kernel (hdx,x)/(kernel file name)

remember type replace (hd0,8) with values util it finds the kernel file. I
thinkg hda9 is (hd0,8), but you may need to play around with the last #. I
assume you have the kernel file in the root of hda9.

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