Alfred Grimstad <email@example.com> (2017-05-15): > When I get to the end of the installation process and it's time to > configure grub, I only select one disk, i.e., /dev/sda. To get grub > installed on the second disk I always go through that final part of the > installation again--before it's time to boot the new installation for > the first time--to select the other drive, i.e., /dev/sdb. I can't quite > remember, but I believe the way one selects is to choose one from a menu > (/dev/sda, /dev/sdb, /dev/md0), not enter the path in a text field > --which would permit listing both or any other stupid path or paths, > opening up the opportunity to introduce an error. Well, the first entry in the menu (“Enter device manually”) makes it possible to specify paths manually, and separating them with a space makes it possible to specify several of them at once. I haven't played with going back and forth to iterate with different settings like what you've mentioned, but given the syslog you attached, it looks like there was no run with /dev/sda, which explains your system didn't boot. KiBi.
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