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Re: Which modules to include in the --module parameter of the grub-insta
Re: Which modules to include in the --module parameter of the grub-install command
Tue, 1 Mar 2016 07:04:34 +0300
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29.02.2016 20:11, Arbiel (gmx) пишет:
> Thank you for your input.
> Le 28/02/2016 10:11, Andrei Borzenkov a écrit :
>> ïÔÐÒÁ×ÌÅÎÏ Ó iPhone
>>> 28 ÆÅ×Ò. 2016 Ç., × 12:02, Arbiel (gmx)
>>> <address@hidden> ÎÁÐÉÓÁÌ(Á):
>>> I'm trying to help a user who experiences difficulties to boot a
>>> Ubuntu distribution. grub does not display any message on the
>>> screen even when entering the rescue mode (in a test, he
>>> suppressed the configuration file, but got no message neither).
>>> As nothing is wrong in the bootinfoscript's report, and as his
>> Posting link may help.
> The user ran "boot-repair" to produce a boot report, available at
Nothing really stands out as long as BIOS really boots from sdd.
> He produced other reports, to show he had performed the
> modifications which he had been suggested to do, but these reports
> would not provide you with valuable additional pieces of
>>> PC is fitted, beside the motherboard video processor, with two
>>> NVidia GTX580M video cards, I believe the issue is video and the
>>> solution is to use the --module=MODULES parameter of the
>>> grub-install command.
>> GRUB has support for standard text mode console compiled in. If it
>> does not produce any output, this is BIOS issue.
>> If I understand you correctly, system boots but grub output is not
>> shown. Correct? Are BIOS messages shown on this screen?
> We are in a great confusion on what is happening. We have even not
> been able to prove the BIOS released control to grub. For instance,
> grub did not display any message on the screen even after the
> grub.cfg file had been renamed.
> We followed several tracks, which lead nowhere.
You managed to completely ignore both my questions ...
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