New #! ate my chainloader??view story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – So I recently did a dist-upgrade, and at the end when grub was configured and created (new kernel and whatnot) my windows 7 would no longer boot.The only way I could remedy was to unplug my #! (HowTos)

Possible way to rename disk array?view story

https://www.centos.org – try to use lvrename , note that you will need to change fstab,grub and initrd since you are renaming the lv that boot seats on .just a small question ... why do you want to rename... [by yyagol] (Distributions)

Help me out with this "grub rescue" issue ?view story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – I had Windows 7 and Ubuntu 10.1 installed in my intel i3 4gig DDR Sony Vaio E-series laptop. Both operating system were working fine. Only problem that I used to have was the sound didn't use to play when I boot through Ubuntu. Due to that, I formatted the corresponding drive from Windows in which there was Ubuntu installed. (HowTos)

Debian Spacefunview story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – I had meant to do this earlier, but it slipped my mind. A few weeks ago my aptosid setup received an update for GDM that included a new login wallpaper of a fun space scene with a definite winter holiday feel to it. (HowTos)

GRUB failed to install #! Statler [a workaround]view story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – hey guys, sorry if this has been asked and answered already.  if so, maybe someone can point me to the thread.  i've googled for hours on the subject and searched these forums.  i'm not finding an answer on my own.i'm trying to install Statler on my Asus EEE 1000 from USB.  everything is going smooth until it tries to install GRUB.  i get:'GRUB installa (HowTos)

Grub ignores anything I put in grub.confview story

https://www.centos.org – I was going to have another look at your configuration but http://pastebin.centos.org/ is saying "Unable to connect to database" ... [by pschaff] (Distributions)

How not to choose kernel on boot?view story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – Hello all,after installing (and upgrading) the Liquorix kernel I now get a menu (GNU GRUB version 1.98) with option to choose which kernel I want to use during boot (there are six options: liquorix x2 + generic + safe mode for all). (HowTos)

laptop - external_monitor hotkey configview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Currently, I have to switch to the external monitor while still at the GRUB menu(using fn+F8). Gentoo does not recognize the hotkey, so I am forced to restart if I miss the timeout window of time (laptop monitor is broken). I have tried changing the X11 config file, but am still looking for the correct setting. (HowTos)

Statler ate my GRUB!view story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – This is weird.I have 2 #! Statler installs on the same computer, one for testing and one for everyday use. First I installed on /dev/sda1.Then I installed on /dev/sda2. So far so good.Yesterday I upgraded the original install on /dev/sda1. When I rebooted, something really weird happened... somehow the update process "stole" GRUB back from /dev/sda2! (HowTos)

10.04 erase partition. Result: error: unknown filesystem grub rescue>view story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – I have Win XP and Ubuntu 10.04 dual boot. I was trying to uninstall Ubuntu. Instead I removed the partition and the result is: error: unknown filesystem grub rescue> I tried to boot from a 10.04 and 10.10 Ubuntu CD and I get the same error message. Please help. Thanks (HowTos)