Naik wrote:do you have a hint, where to start?GRUB 1GRUB 2These have some pretty good basic and general information on the boot process, although the focus is on GRUB itself.
wolfcore wrote:Before rebooting, during the configuration of grub, I moved /boot/grub/ to /boot/efi/grub, because that was my efi-directory:Move back the directory to /boot/grub. /boot/efi/grubx64.efi is configured to look into /boot/grub (or rather <ESP>/grub, rather than <ESP>/efi/grub).
Hello, all. I've been fighting this issue for the last couple of days. I'm at the point where google is no longer showing me useful new information, so I thought I come and see if I could get answers from the good folks here. Here's my situation:
I was fighting a different boot issue, and commented out the grub theme from /etc/default/grub and built a new grub config.
I'm trying to upgrade grub to grub-bios. Following the wiki I did all the steps explicidly, but when I get to:grub-install --target --=i386-pc --recheck --debug /dev/sda # this IS where it isI get:Path '/boot/grub' is not readable by GRUB on boot. Installation is impossible.
When I installed
Linux debian 2.6 and GRUB I managed to install it, the boot loader, on a usb flash drive. Right now, If the USB drive is plugged into the computer, the GRUB and the OS starts, otherwise, if the usb is out, nothing happens.
There are some grub files in /boot/grub/ and /usr/lib/grub/i386-pc/ but there's no e.g.
Q1. In /boot/grub/grub there are many references to a UUID.
Where does grub get this reference? I would like to change the source and then run update-grub.
I prefer not to edit the grub file manually because then when I do run update-grub the UUID will come back.
Going through LFS 7.3 and about ready to make it bootable but Fedora's grub is giving me issue.
The plan was to share /boot between LFS and Fedora 18 as I have done in the past (been awhile since I ran LFS - LFS 4.something last time). Hell, I've shared /boot between Fedora, CentOS, Ubuntu, and LFS.
Hey, everyone. I currently have a dual-boot setup with Windows 7 and Ubuntu 12.04
Whenever I start my computer after booting windows previously I'm presented with a different GRUB than usual. I recently downloaded and installed linux kernel 3.6.0 and made some changes to GRUB using GRUB customizer. So I have been doing some tweaking with those files.
Many thanks for your suggestions. I tried it the way you described it. However i am not able to boot from my sd card. In general my laptop is able to boot sd cards. But in my case there seem to be some problems.i find my sd card under /dev/mmcblkp0 therefore i have to use grub2.