Vladimir A. Pavlov
pv4 at bk.ru
Thu Jan 4 16:52:26 PST 2007
On Thursday 04 January 2007 18:40, Mauricio Casanova wrote:
> One thing that may be useful to figure out what I'm missing, is that I
> couldn't execute the GRUB's comands: root (hd0,2) and setup (hd0,0).
> GRUB said that "Error 21: Selected disk does not exist".
Did this error appear while installing LFS or after pressing `c' at
GRUB boot prompt when booting? In the former case, are you sure
/dev/hda3 actually exists? In the latter one, are you sure the kernel
has a necessary file system driver?
> title LFS-220.127.116.11-redBox
> root (hd0,2)
> kernel /boot/lfskernel-18.104.22.168 root=/dev/hda3
BWT, in this case the kernel at (/dev/hda3)/boot will be user rather
than the one at /dev/hda1.
BWT, do you know you can execute GRUB commands upon boot? If no, look
at the following link where a few commands for such usage of GRUB are
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