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Re: multiboot grub2

2011/5/3 wolf python london <lyh19901223@gmail.com>:
> On 3 May 2011 15:19, consul tores <consultores1@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hello
>> i have a Laptop with Squeeze, OpenBSD-amd64-4.9, and
>> Slackware64-13.37: and it is using grub2 as bootloader, (if i use
>> lilo, it works correctly, but i want to evade bios check) grub2 can
>> not recognize OpenBSD (what is not a problem), and it recognize
>> Slackware, but can not start it. it only gets a simple panic. i have
>> tested the Slackware installer dvd (kernel), successfully.
>> Looking/playing inside /etc/grub.d, do not do any change! Slackware
>> lilo is installed at sector 0 of Slackware partition.
> Er , as far as my know , we usually chainload the BSD Unix . I'm using
> FreeBSD 8.2 amd64 in
> my desktop and Squeeze , Mandriva 2010.2 ,  and the bootloader is
> grub2 shipped with  Squeeze.
> the problems are:
> 1) os-probe cannot probe Mandriva **corrently **, which means it does
> probe Mandriva (kernel panic),but not correctly .
>  (here there is bug report and the patch
> http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=566102).
> Maybe it applys to Slackware?
> 2) I use chainload to boot the FreeBSD , and os-probe cannot probe
> FreeBSD ,either.
> ________________________
> wolf python london(WPL)
> Do as you soul should do !
> ________________________

Thanks Wolf, for now, it is not working; i replace the file, adding
the patch, but grub2 is resisting yet.

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