I've created a partition on /dev/hda2, then:
mke2fs -o hurd /dev/hda2
mount /dev/hda2 hurd
tar --same-owner -zxvpf ../gnu-19990907.tar.gz
cat grub.fd0 >/dev/fd0
I've restarted the system and at the grub prompt:
kernel=/boot/gnumach.gz root=hd0s2 -s
File not found.
If I copy the directory 'boot' in 'boot2' or 'boot3' or any other name
and at the grub prompt I make:
kernel=/boot2/gnumach.gz root=hd0s2 -s
then it find the file. There's the same problem with /boot/serverboot.gz
The strange thing is that I've tried to install HURD in a virtual machine
with vmware and in this case it find the files!
Can you help me?