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).
These are the instructions I followedgrub-mkconfig -o boot/grub/grub.cfg grub-mkstandalone -o boot.efi -d usr/lib/grub/x86_64-efi -O x86_64-efi -C xz boot/grub/grub.cfgThen in osx:sudo bless --device /dev/disk0s4 --setBootI think that on initial installation I ran the command above as one and then last night ran it as two.
i need help related to grub..
basically i deleted my grub.conf file from /boot/grub/grub.conf..... but now when i am trying to recover it show me sucessfully done but when i restart my machine it shows me grub> .. plz help .. how can i reinstall grub... i have tried using grub-install and chose right disk and i have done in centos 5 and cent os6.
I'm trying to configure grub on my computer. I use the dual boot with Windows and Ubuntu. The grub always suggest with a countdown from 10 seconds to boot the Ubuntu. However, I do not want to be that way because other people in my home also use the computer and do not have much affinity with Linux.
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 am trying to re-install GRUB, so my system will dual boot either Windows 8 or Kubuntu 12.04. I have rEFInd to override Windows and let me choose Kubuntu to boot up. I would prefer GRUB handle my bootup options. What does this error mean?
ron@ron-Lenovo-H430:~$ grub-install /dev/sda
/usr/sbin/grub-probe: error: cannot find a GRUB drive for /dev/sda2.
WonderWoofy wrote:I don't think those instructions are telling you to change things in /etc/default/grub, but rather to actually change the generated entries in /boot/grub/grub.cfg.And what I'd specified in the original post is that I'm looking for a better way to change it, something that won't get overwritten when I run a grub-mkconfig, something that is..
The best guide I've found to manually configuring grub is the Good Doctor's thread: Manage multiple distros with grub2. The main thing to note there is to remove the executable bit (chmod -x) from 30_os-prober after it has written all the distros to your grub file.