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Re: grub wont find files on new partition with linux install

From: Vladimir 'phcoder' Serbinenko
Subject: Re: grub wont find files on new partition with linux install
Date: Sat, 13 Jun 2009 21:03:20 +0200

>I am using grub v-0.97 to boot multiple os's. computer is set up: hda1-winxp,
>hda2-vfat which has grub folder, hda3-ubuntu, hda5-swap, hda6-some linux
>distro, hda7-some linux distro, hda8-vfat data, hda9-vfat data, hda10-ext2
>/home. I set the partition flag on hda2 active so the bios will read that
>partition to boot. I install grub to hda2. recently formated (to make
>available) hda6 and hda7. Then installed Slackware to hda6. I modified
>menu.lst to ad Slackware but it wont boot (wont find kernel or files on
>hda6). When I turn on computer I get my menu.lst, go to grub prompt and type
>find /sbin/init and the only results are for hd3 (hd0,2). If I boot to
>ubuntu, run grub> find /sbin/init the results are for hda3 (ubuntu, hda6
>(slackware), and hda7 (os before I formated hda7). The grub folder that is
>on hda2 is copied from ubuntu after which I run grub> root (hd0,1) then
>grub> setup (hd0,1). It completes successfully. I have done the "install" to
>hda2 with setup from ubuntu and the grub prompt at the boot screen. Since
>grub from ubuntu can "see" hda6 and hda7 I dont think problem is fault of
>BIOS. What do I do to fix this?
Your new install probably uses extents (ext4). It's not supported by
grub-legacy and we don't recieve feature requests for it anymore. Use

Vladimir 'phcoder' Serbinenko

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