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Re: Grub Always Boots to Rescue Mode

From: Pascal Hambourg
Subject: Re: Grub Always Boots to Rescue Mode
Date: Fri, 7 Jul 2017 20:08:15 +0200
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Le 07/07/2017 à 14:02, Gordan Bobic a écrit :
For completeness, here is the environment as reported at the prompt before
I manually have to invoke the normal mode:
grub> ls
(hd0) (hd0,gpt9) (hd0,gpt2) (hd0,gpt1)

grub> lsmod
Name Ref Count Dependencies
minicmd  1
ls  1  normal,extmod
normal  3  gettext,boot,extcmd,bufio,crypto,terminal,net

AFAICS, GRUB is already running in normal mode.
Otherwise, it would print the rescue prompt "grub rescue>" instead of the normal prompt "grub>", and "set" would not print as much information.

It looks GRUB just does not load the config file.
Instead of typing "normal", you could type "configfile $prefix/grub.cfg" to load the config file.

grub> set
gpt2 is the EFI partition, gpt9 is a reserved partition with nothing on it,
gpt1 is a ZFS root pool (but all grub requirements are on the EFI FAT
partition gpt2).

Are you sure ? It appears that $prefix points to a directory gpt1 to look for grub.cfg and other GRUB files.

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