LFS Version 6.2 - 8.4. Making the LFS System Bootable
Mag. Leonhard Landrock
1977-Hamlet at gmx.at
Sun Aug 20 06:05:27 PDT 2006
Am Sonntag, 20. August 2006 14:27 schrieb kriss:
> kriss a écrit :
> > leonhard
> > your root point to the partition #3 of the second disk
> > what is the number of the lfs partition ?
> > /dev/sdb3 ???
> i miss myself
> forget my stupid question please
No problem. :-)
> another : why chainloader +1 ?
> chainloader is for boot via an other bootloader no ?
Simple: The first think to boot is in fact (as mentioned in my original
post ;-) ) "/dev/sda". There is my "normal" GRUB. So if I turn on my
computer, the GRUB in the MBR of my scsi disk gets loaded.
Now I have to load my GRUB on the “boot sector" of the correct partion of my
USB disk ("/dev/sdb3").
Note: I have a Debian Sarge on my USB disk with GRUB in the MBR (if i remember
the installation correctly). Nevertheless, my LFS GRUB is installed in
the "boot sector" of the third partition.
My GRUB on the USB hard disk gets loaded an presents me its boot menu. There
starts now the booting of my LFS. :-)
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