My grub2 boot entries never change. I have run sudo update-grub and it finds all the proper kernels and such and says that it has updated. I check with the menu.lst and grub.cfg and they both look to be correct, however, when I go to boot I am stuck with my old boot entries.
In my Red Hat 7.2 , the /boot/grub/grub.conf has the following data :
title Red Hat Linux (2.4.7-10)
kernel /vmlinuz-2.4.7-10 ro root=/dev/hda5
I made a partion on USB drive using Gpart utiliy and installed GRUB on it.
USB doesn't have any thing else
When i change my BIOS settings to boot from USB, nothing is comming..
Do we need to do anything to make one partion bootable...
i have recently installed opengeu which is based upon ubuntu 8.04 but i need the deb package for the latest kernel as my terminal rejects any attempt of making it and without the kernel my net and few other bit dont work.
if anyone could send me a link to it i would be most grateful
Im trying to recompile the 188.8.131.52 kernel to have the megaraid_sas driver built as a module instead of built-in to see if it solves a problem that is happening on a Dell Perc 6 contoller. Im having some trouble getting it to boot. It compiles fine as a module, but when the system boots, it freaks with a kernel panic and not being able to mount / .