These are the instructions I followedgrub-mkconfig -o boot/grub/grub.cfg grub-mkstandalone -o boot.efi -d usr/lib/grub/x86_64-efi -O x86_64-efi -C xz boot/grub/grub.cfgThen in osx:sudo bless --device /dev/disk0s4 --setBootI think that on initial installation I ran the command above as one and then last night ran it as two.
i need help related to grub..
basically i deleted my grub.conf file from /boot/grub/grub.conf..... but now when i am trying to recover it show me sucessfully done but when i restart my machine it shows me grub> .. plz help .. how can i reinstall grub... i have tried using grub-install and chose right disk and i have done in centos 5 and cent os6.
wolfcore wrote:Before rebooting, during the configuration of grub, I moved /boot/grub/ to /boot/efi/grub, because that was my efi-directory:Move back the directory to /boot/grub. /boot/efi/grubx64.efi is configured to look into /boot/grub (or rather <ESP>/grub, rather than <ESP>/efi/grub).
I run the following commands to install grub in a CentOS 6.4 image I am creating manually:
chroot /mntPoint grub-install --just-copy
echo 'root (hd0,0)
install --stage2=/boot/grub/stage2 /grub/stage1 d (hd0) /grub/stage2 p (hd0,0)/grub/grub.conf'|\
chroot /mntPoint grub --batch --no-floppy --device-map=/boot/grub/device.map
Ordinarily these operations complete in just a few seconds.
I'm trying to configure grub on my computer. I use the dual boot with Windows and Ubuntu. The grub always suggest with a countdown from 10 seconds to boot the Ubuntu. However, I do not want to be that way because other people in my home also use the computer and do not have much affinity with Linux.