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Bug#408571: FC4 not detected correctly

thanks for your message.
Both the commands gave blank outputs.
I guess it is because the /boot content is in a separated ext3 partition, and the remaining files of each OS are on separated lvm volumes.
You can examine the attached fstab.
Also you can read the attached grub.conf (FC4 created and linked it to menu.lst during installation ; D-I created its own menu.lst).
In rescue mode, mounting the Debian LogVol01 or FC4 LogVol00 as / partition, they show no files at /boot (as the ext3 was not mounted).
In rescue mode screen it is not even offered the ext3 partition. 
It shows the 2 /dev/scsi lunX and then the lvm partitions.

Andre Felipe Machado

On Tue, 30 Jan 2007 12:57:22 +0100, Frans Pop <elendil@planet.nl> wrote:

> Let's concentrate on this issue. Could you send us the original grub (?) 
> configuration for FC4?
> Also, what is the output of the following commands if you run them from 
> VT2 in the installer (you can boot the installer in rescue mode for this, 
> no need to actually reinstall):
> - 'os-prober'
> - 'linux-boot-prober /dev/XXX' (the partition you have FC4 on)
> Cheers,

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