Re: grub install bug?
>>>>> "Thierry" == Thierry Laronde <email@example.com> writes:
Thierry> Okuji is probably right when he says not to waste time
Thierry> about a version that is now obsolete. But I had prefered
Thierry> to understand who is/was responsible for the mess
Thierry> (hardware or software) and to be sure that we are not
Thierry> missing something that will re-appear later. To end the
Agreed. I was unsure whether to being it up myself, but used similar
Thierry> thread, say that if the result is the same with grub
Thierry> installed on hard disk and grub on floppy (not modified,
Thierry> if I have correctly understood), the problem is that the
Thierry> fs has been corrupted in some way, and that reinstalling
Thierry> gnumach resets correctly the fs informations for
Thierry> accessing the relevant blocks for the file (the fs seems
Thierry> right, superblocks are not altered, but the information
Thierry> for this very file `gnumach.gz' were no more good). --
To conclude this thread, no file-system corruption occurred, but some
aspect of hardware was getting corrupted in such a way I misconcluded
a software problem. That is, it seems that a hardware reset doesn't
always reset all of the hardware on this computer, and Mach didn't
like that but for Linux it was OK.
Sorry for any confusion caused.
Brian May <firstname.lastname@example.org>