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Re: grub v2.00 beta3 -"can't find command -s"

From: Goh Lip
Subject: Re: grub v2.00 beta3 -"can't find command -s"
Date: Wed, 18 Apr 2012 11:15:28 +0800
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On 04/18/12 00:31, Jordan Uggla wrote:
On Tue, Apr 17, 2012 at 4:18 AM, Goh Lip<address@hidden>  wrote:

Using grub v2.00 beta3, after editing menuentry using key 'e', I tried to
boot either 'ctrl' +'x" or 'F10'. there is an error -  "can't find command
-s" or "unknown command 's".

Do you get this error even if you don't modify the entry at all
between hitting 'e' and 'F10'? If so, please post your grub.cfg.

Thanks for replying, Jordon.
Yes, I do get this error even if I do not modify.

My grub.cfg listed below.
But note my boot is OS-independent, ie. I created a separate 'boot' partition with my (simplified text only) custom grub.cfg
(by grub-install  --boot-directory separate partition).

Also tested with the 'real' OS boot (using grub2.0 beta3) with complete grub 2 themes/payload etc (by grub-install OS to sda).

Similar error results.

My simplified separate grub.cfg (beta3)

Kubuntu OS grub.cfg (beta3)

Thanks and regards - Goh Lip

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