Hello all.I have a dual boot system. I've been using for about 2yrs now. I think I have centos ver 5.x?The system boots in linux/centos then brings me to a prompt that allows... [by joseph_centos]
on 06/08/2012 – Made popular on 06/08/2012
I've just installed Centos but Grub doesnt pick it up. I have a dual linux boot system running Crunchbang and Centos. Centos was installed at a later point and now only the grub2 from the crunchbang installation works. I tried running grub-update, but that didn't work.
i am using dual bootable system as windows xp and CentOS 5.5 system, i partitioned like 50 Gb in each c,d,e drives in windows, after that i installed Centos 5.5 sd /boot 2gb
/temp 15 gb
/usr 30 gb
/opt 25 gb
/swap 8 gb
/ 50 gb
i wrongly deleted boot files after...it was showing [Minimal BASH-like line editin
I am having a very strange problem installing CentOS 6 that I've never encountered before. I've followed these same steps thousands of times before, but within the past couple weeks I've had two separate servers that would boot to a grub prompt after a fresh CentOS 6 install.
I have installed centos and windows7 in a same system but in seperate hard disks ,
now I can Just boot the centos ,and not the windows ,
it seem that my grub,conf file does not know the windows to boot it up .
any solution on how to configure it?
and also I want to know how can I figure out where my windows is (like (hd0,0)or sda or some thing?)?
For the second installation you need to install grub into the root partition not the MBR then hack the other version of grub to have an extra stanza in it that boots the other installation. If you ... [by TrevorH]
i have a CentOS System,5.5 version i wrongly Formatted a 60 Gb files from my Centos system when i installing grub installation, anybody can teach me how to recover those files by using rescue mode, is there any way..please give the step by stem answer bcoz of iam a new in CentOS
I have 2 monitors connected to my docking station. Both monitors work perfectly with Windows 7 Ent. I can keep the laptop closed (clamshell mode) and use the external keyboard, video and mouse with no issues. Linux is another story.
Whenever I boot to CentOS instead of a login prompt, I am greeted with a generic CentOS blue bubble background with no login prompt.