Can you choose a different kernel from the list in the grub menu and boot that instead? Check your BIOS hard drive mapping and make sure the geometry has not changed - maybe your CMOS battery has r... [by TrevorH]
My grub files point to the kernel being in the boot menu which they are, however when GRUB is started the grub comes up properly but if you select any of the OS options it says it can't find the kernel, then it runs the ramdisk command and lets you choose to edit the grub or try the command line. The kernel is located where the grub says it should be. What is wrong?
Hello all,after installing (and upgrading) the Liquorix kernel I now get a menu (GNU GRUB version 1.98) with option to choose which kernel I want to use during boot (there are six options: liquorix x2 + generic + safe mode for all).
Yesterday, I rebooted the server and it booted up to grub. Screen says 'Minimal BASH-like .... etc'. I've tried booting to the Server rescue mode from the install disk and tried reinstalling grub. I've tried the Boot Rescue Disk, still doesn't boot. I can get in and see all my files via the server rescue mode, but grub will not boot anything. No menu comes up, just the grub cli.
From within the grub prompt you can type in that lot manually and boot that way. Or you can boot the install DVD in 'rescue' mode and have it mount your system under /mnt/sysimage and the... [by TrevorH]
I did a dumb thing... I forgot that Ubuntu 10.04 (Lucid) switched to Grub2 which puts a ton of *.mod files (kernel modules) in /boot/grub. I thought they were soundtrack files put there erroneously and moved them. Needless to say, the next reboot was traumatic. I was presented with something I had no memory of ever seeing...