This only happens with one of my computers. It is an elderly laptop that has had a long and varied history with several operating systems, but in its retirement it is acting as a server for my home network using Ubuntu 12.04.
Hello,I have a lot of problems with Grub2 and it is too complicated for me. I would like to install the old fashioned Grub.But when I follow these instructions https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Grub2 #Uninstalling GRUB 2 I stick at the "sudo aptitude install grub" point. I can't install grub. Every time I try, he installs the "new" Grub2.
rubenvb wrote:I know that adding a > resume /dev/disk/by-uuid/somecrazyuuidto the boot line of the grub/menu.lst, but GRUB2 doesn't have this and relies on fancy scripts and a "/etc/default/grub" file for easy option editing (which is better IMHO).How should I do this for GRUB2?By adding that "resume=/dev/disk..." to GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT in /etc/default/gruband do
I'm trying to build a flash drive that can boot using EFI and GRUB2. GRUB 2.00-beta6 is able to do this but my Ubuntu host computer has GRUB 1.99-21ubuntu3.4, which lacks the newer grub-install commands.
I've installed grub2 because my partition is no longer supported by the legacy grub but I can't make it display a text menu like in the legacy grub? When I start my pc it gives me the CLI where I need to manually load my configfile? Hence my config file is good but how I can start it automatically with grub2?