Re: Grub problem?
I have not experience for net-inst disk. But I think you can install
GRUB to SCSI disk's MBR after installation. The config. file of GRUB is
/boot/grub/menu.lst. This file tells GRUB where is the files for bootup
your machine and the related options. After confirm the contain of this
file has not problem. Issue this command
sd? is the harddisk which you want to boot from.
Then you can reboot your machine to check if success. If fail you have
to use the grub shell to bootup your machine. And then modify the config
file or install GRUB to other MBR or Change the boot sequence at BIOS.
So DON'T do it on a production machine.
On Wed, Nov 10, 2004 at 09:38:16AM -0500, Christian Convey wrote:
> Hi guys,
> (Debian newbie)
> I just burned a Debian "testing" net-inst disk. I think that makes it Sarge.
> I tried installing Debian on my home server, which has two IDE
> harddrives and a SCSI harddrive. I set up the SCSI drive as the "/"
> partition, and the two IDE drives as "/mnt/spare1" and "/mnt/spare2".
> Is there some way I can force the Debian installer to put Grub into the
> SCSI disk's MBR rather than hda's MBR? I'm trying to avoid having
> anything in my system's boot process rely on those IDE drives being
> present and operational.
> Christian Convey
> Computer Scientist,
> Naval Undersea Warfare Center
> Newport, RI
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