We just released Grml 2014.03 - Ponywagon. This Grml release provides fresh software packages from Debian testing (a.k.a. jessie). As usual it also incorporates up2date hardware support and fixes known bugs from the previous Grml release. New features: new boot option vlan; grml-debootstrap.
Sir I have installed Opensuse13.1 again and this time during the boot process the following messages are appearing
1) starting activation of Lvm2 logical volumes
2) started activation of Lvm2 logical volumes
3) A start job is running for dev-disk-by-...../.device
dependency failed for filesystem check on /dev/disk/by-id/ata-st...
timed out waiting for device dev-disk-by...
I have Fadora 19 gnome 3. I wanted to make a ISO disk so I could check out Ubuntu the problem is when I change my boot options to disk instead of HDD it does not boot from disk and goes into Fadora then I try and open the disk in boxes and it says it can't communicate with Ubuntu and fails can I get help with this ? Thank you
Sounds like you are having boot loader problems if you cannot boot unless using the live CD. Make sure your ESP is set up properly with GRUB or Syslinux (or any other boot loader that you wish to use)For SyslinuxFor GrubI would also check here
I am a newbie on LVM management trying to learn how to create new logical volumes.
This is what I understand on how to do it:
(Just want to make sure I understand it correct.)
create partitions on a new disk
format them (or I do not need to?)
create new physical volumes on the disk
add physical volumes to a new or an existing volume group
create new logical volumes based on free space of volume
I have a dual boot of Win7 and Ubuntu on my HP laptop. I upgraded from Ubuntu 11.10 to 12.04 today and on restart I got a different black Grub screen instead of the usual purple one. (GNU GRUB version 1.99-21ubuntu3.1) Each boot option only returns error messages.
I have an HP Pavillion p6-2120 with AMD quad4 and WIN7. Before install, I disabled win boot manager and activated legacy boot in the bios. Fedora installed (used KDE live disk) successfully indicating that it had written the boot loader to the mbr. On reboot, the computer would not boot saying No disk, no boot menu and cannot boot win. I used a CD boot and was able to access fedora ok.