Hi there Debian community
I want to report a bug which took me quite a while to solve it.
I installed the version mentioned above on a HDD which had some Win-Data on a partition, but no win-OS (it might have been set "active").
The installation itself was no problem, but after booting from HDD there was no bootable OS available.
I tried to fix GRUB with the "Super Grub Disk" with not so great success.
After reinstalling GRUB with Knoppix, the GRUB-prompt was there on start-up.
kernel /vmlinuz root=/dev/sda5
what then allowed me to boot from the debian.
Then I had first to:
and then install grub again.
Because first the grub version was 0.98 (which did not run for me) and now with grub v2 everything is fine,
I think there might be a bug in 6.0.7-amd64, messing up the grub versions?!
To be honest, the problem could also have been the win-partition and it's mbr-table, I just don't know.
Just wanted to tell you, so other people can be prevented from this...