GRUB problem

Chris Staub chris at beaker67.com
Mon Feb 27 20:22:22 PST 2006


Ellis Wilson wrote:
> Hey all,
> Finally finished my shiny new linux system, ran great, then went and
> wanted to install Win2Kpro on the third partition on my harddisk (1st is
> LFS, 2nd swap, 3rd Win2k).  I put windows on and miraculously it treats
> my system like its the only OS on it.  No big deal I think and put in
> the lfs disk I downloaded from the site and go back in, mount my system
> (which looks fine/untoutched), chroot in, and go into grub.  Planning to
> simply follow the chapter 8 instructions on making grub install itself
> back into the MBR I type in root(hd0,0) and it replys:
> Error 21:  Selected disk does not exist
> So I just type in root to find out what does exist and it replys:
> (fd0):  Filesystem type unknown, partition type 0x0
> 
> I have no clue what to do and even when I try to root(fd0) it gives me
> the same (first) reply.
> 
> Thanks all trying not to lose a weeks worth of learning linux and
> building my own system.
> 
> Ellis

You don't need to chroot to install grub. Just run grub directory from 
the livecd.



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