Re: Why does not update-grub detect Fedora 13 installation?
On 12/07/10 12:15 PM, Camaleón wrote:
> On Mon, 12 Jul 2010 00:17:53 -0400, H.S. wrote:
>> Now when I do update-grub in Debian, it detects all OSes installed in
>> the hard drives connected to the system, but does not detect Fedora 13.
>> I had to manually add the stanza lines for F13 to get its option in the
>> grub boot list.
>> I am using LVM. F13 is installed with / mounted on /dev/mapper/vg1-lv8
>> and its boot on /dev/sdc5. Update-grub appears to miss detecting the
>> kernels in /dev/sdc5 altogether. Any idea why is that?
> I don't know so much how the "new beast" (GRUB2) works, but if "man
> update-grub¹" is right, it will detect all the "vmlinuz" files that are
> under the "/boot" partition, not sure if this condition fits in your case.
I have F13's kernel on a partition mounted as /boot2 (primary partition,
not in LVM) in my Debian's fstab. However, update-grub works on all
other OSes I have on my hard drives, include Windows XP, Windows 7 and
Fedora 9, and those partitions are not even mounted.
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