Re: weired problem around grub2
On Tue, 08 Feb 2011 16:45:15 +0100, Geronimo wrote:
> Camaleón wrote:
>> Well, GRUB2 is having problems to boot from you current cloned
>> partition but is fine installed under a brand-new one. Having a small
>> dedicated "/ boot" partition will solve the issue (I hope!) and you can
>> then use the remainder space for other OSes :-)
> Just to let you know:
> the extra partition didn't change anything. The boot-process stil needs
> that fresh installed partition and is not working without.
Should you get any error when booting from a freshly-new created "/boot"
partition, it must be different than the one you are getting right now.
Are you saying you get the same "blackout" error? :-?
Moreover... if you format the /boot partition with ext2/ext3, you can
even try GRUB legacy.
> I compared all files, I found related to grub, but I could not find any
> difference. So I take that system for broken and go for new
> installation. Enuf time wasted!
> Thanks a lot for your attention!
At least you can report the bug, so others avoid the same problem :-)