Grub install tesing
piper.guy1 at gmail.com
Tue Mar 29 15:30:53 PDT 2011
On Sun, Mar 27, 2011 at 1:06 PM, Bruce Dubbs <bruce.dubbs at gmail.com> wrote:
> piper.guy1 wrote:
>> Respectfully I don't agree. I still maintain the instructions in this
>> section are confusing.
>> If you read the quote it definitely says to get out of the chrooted
>> environment, and then to re-enter it. There's nothing that says to perform
>> the subsequent reboot and grub commands when you get out of the chrooted
>> environment. It does imply that the reboot and grub commands are performed
>> after you re-enter it.
>> I don't see how you can interpret it any other way.
> Are you looking at the same book?
> "...if you already have GRUB Legacy loaded you can load GRUB-1.98
> through your old boot loader. To accomplish this, you will need to exit
> the chroot environment now and re-enter it in the next section..."
> "If you tested the GRUB configuration as specified above, re-enter the
> chroot environment."
> -- Bruce
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My initial post was concerning section 8.4.3 in 6.7. You are looking
at 6.8. I see now that some one else thought 8.4.3 was confusingly
written and amended it in 6.8.
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