grub missing kernel...

Shelton shelton at onr.com
Thu Mar 25 09:21:51 PST 2004


do you have a specific boot partition?
if hd0,4 is your boot partition, then your boot partition is
the root filesystem as far as grub is concerned.
try removing boot/ from the kernel line.

kernel /kernel-2.6.4

here is the example from my system, with a specific /boot 
partition.
#/boot/grub/menu.lst
title LFS
         root (hd0,0)
         kernel /lfs vga=6 root=/dev/hdb1 ro hdc=scsi hdd=scsi
# from /etc/fstab
/dev/hda1               /boot  # corresponds to hd0,0 as 
seen by grub
/dev/hdb1               /          # actual root partition

hope this helps.
> current menu.lst
> <snip>
> title Linux LFS 2.6.4 kernel
> root(hd0,4)
> kernel (hd0,4)/boot/kernel-2.6.4
> <snip>
> 
> it matches don't worry :)
> 
> i just get a error 15 ( file not found ) all the time, and thats the
i hate that error.... saw it too many times.
-- 
~rick




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