When I try to boot archlinux (which uses systemd) I got a kernel panic with an error. What configuration must I do so that grub2 installed with ubuntu (12.04) could correctly boots archlinux?
Note that archlinux boots fine when I use the grub (legacy) used by archlinux and the proper configuration (tells via menu.lst to use init=/usr/lib/systemd/systemd)
I accidentally deleted every thing from grub2 customizer including command line everything now i cannot boot in fedora 17 please help i can only boot into recovery mode and tried following
grub2-mkconfig -o /boot/grub2/grub.cfg
but still nothing happens
i had also attached where i get stuck in boot
kindly tell me how to completely unistall and
Hello there,I am not really sure if this problem is caused by systemd or KDE, but it only showed up now, after starting to use systemd:I recently switched to systemd and had (actually, have) no problems, the migration worked fine as described in the wiki.However, ever since the switch to systemd, KDE will only fully go through with its startup after every second boot of my laptop...every other boo
Ive been using Veromix without issue for some time now, but yesterday the widget decided to stop working. This error message is displayed in the widget:
"This object could not be created for the following reason: Could not create a python ScriptEngine for the Veromix widget."
A quick google brought up several bug reports, but I didnt see a solution anywhere.
I recently upgraded my system from Fedora 14 to 16 by http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Upgrad...dora_using_yum . All went quite smoothly except for one very odd problem. As you know this upgrade switches from grub to grub2. I created /boot/grub2/grub2.cfg with grub2-mkconfig and ran grub2-install without encountering any errors but when I restart I am taken to the grub prompt.
runny6play wrote:the.ridikulus.rat wrote:What is the grub2 version you see when you boot the system. Can you try Arch's extra/grub2-bios pkg? This might be due to grub2 not properly loading initramfs image into the memory and/or informing the kernel about its memory location so that the kernel can mount it and boot from it.I screwed up grub so I can't tell you...