Re: grub, deleted menu.1st by mistake
I got the machine to boot and I restored the menu.1st.
Remaining question, though -- how can I make grub boot
from a cdrom?
--- Richard Weil <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I have a fairly findamental problem with GRUB right
> I appear to have accidently deleted the menu.1st
> in /boot/grub. My machine gets to the grub> prompt
> then I'm stuck -- I can't get any command to work.
> Also, GRUB seems to have so taken over the boot
> process I can't boot from cdrom to fix the problem.
> I believe the partitions are something like:
> partition 1: Windows XP
> partition 2: /boot
> partition 3: /
> partition 4: swap
> I could have them out of order -- can I get GRUB to
> list partitions?
> Other questions:
> o Assuming the partitions are right, how can I get
> GRUB to boot? The kernel I'm using is the 2.6.3 from
> sarge (it is initrd).
> o How can I make GRUB boot from cdrom?
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