Re: Making /pure64 image bootable
With grub install don't use grub devices: (hd0) but:
# grub-install /dev/hde
Anders Brandt Petersen wrote:
Toshikazu Aiyama, Ph.D. wrote:
I have just created chrooted /pure64 image on
Now I would like
directly boot from it. I personally do not like grub,
and my repeated
grub tries using README have failed again and again;
therefore I need
either one of the following assistance.
(1) How to install .udeb files. I have downloaded
lilo udeb files, but
udpkg is also in .udeb. I personally like lilo over
thus I would like to install lilo whether it is in
udeb or deb.
(2) How to use grub to boot from /dev/hde28.
Definitely I like (1) because my understanding about
grub is: disk
device assignmnet is relative. Since I frequently
configurations of IDE devices, I do not like hd0 or
conventions. I appreciate the effort of all the
people involed in the
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I also prefer lilo over grub - but I'd only found packages for grub
and palo - so grub was the easiest solution. And it seemed like lilo
only was usable on 32-bit - perhaps I'm wrong?
Is your /dev/hde28 bootable/active? I know that Debian-Installler
which default uses grub has problems with some SATA-controllers.
Perhaps you should try using (I asume that you are using a controller
and don't have any harddisks on hda hdb hdc or hdd so hde will be
# grub-install (hd0)
What does the machine say when you boot - 'GRUB' or..?
I know you can extract udeb's with dpkg, perhaps dpkg can install
udeb's as well ?
Thanks for reporting back. I will try some tests to find out, how the
README needs to be updated, I'm working on a test environment :-)
I have also noticed all off those new packages :-) So I'm working on
an update as well - Thanks :-)
How do you find the idea of using mini.iso - it has a lot of usefull
packages and it boots great - at least on mine.