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Linux ran fine for the first time. Anonymous says: 10:32 PM Reply Thank you very much!!!! Cheers! I tip my hat to you good sir! http://optimisersonpc.com/error-cannot/error-cannot-stat-dev-sda.html

Both Ubuntu and Windows will be available in the Grub 2 menu. I can't be sure it won't break something, though. Before I'm going to reinstall Ubuntu (which I had to do) I will switch to Arch... If grub-probe is instead run on the /cdrom path, which contains the actual USB disk, then it runs through without errors. http://askubuntu.com/questions/48651/cannot-install-grub-due-to-cannot-stat-aufs-error

Anonymous says: 12:42 PM Reply Dear Geek Mitra,Just wanted to say, "Thanks!" Your clear and concise tutorial saved me from a very tedious reinstall. Browse other questions tagged 11.04 grub2 or ask your own question. On my desktop system the same combination runs as expected. I now lost the Ubuntu option in the Windows MBR so this post aided me to get the grub back and the Ubuntu and the Windows options so all is well

The restored Grub did not include a choice for Ubuntu 10.04 (or Linux restore). If Windows and Ubuntu are on separate drives, mount the Ubuntu drive/partition but make sure you install it only to the Ubuntu drive. My workaround involved modifying the three grub-probe lines in the /usr/sbin/grub-mkconfig script to use /cdrom instead of /. I downgraded grub-common and grub-pc to 1.99~20110104-2ubuntu1, chrooted to /dev/sda1 and executed grub-install but i still get the grub command line at boot.

Christoph Burschka (christoph-pk) wrote on 2011-08-19: #32 For the specific case of upgrading the kernel packages on a live system, I have found a trick that seems to work for me. sudo chroot /mnt. Quote: mkdir /mnt/sda6/boot mount /dev/sda6 /mnt/sda6 grub-install --boot-directory=/mnt/sda6/boot /dev/sda6 You will still need to create a grub.cfg file or boot from the grub prompt. https://forums.linuxmint.com/viewtopic.php?t=72321 hanobar (hanobar) wrote on 2011-05-08: #23 After upgrading from 10.10 to 11.04 my pc reboots before prompting the grub-menu.

Build me a Brick Wall! Considering how Linux has historically done such things, I'd be an idiot to assume that the gpt{n} digits match those in, say, /dev/sda{n}.Good luck![nb/nicabod] Anonymous says: 4:27 AM Reply SOLVED. My 11.04 CD would not boot, so I did this with a live 11.1 distro. By joining our community you will have the ability to post topics, receive our newsletter, use the advanced search, subscribe to threads and access many other special features.

  1. Jerry (scubajgp) wrote on 2011-05-16: #24 Crap, I cannot believe I am going through this stuff just to upgrade.
  2. This article will show how to do Ubuntu grub rescue with screen shots using Ubuntu Desktop CD.
  3. I solved my problem with this article Anonymous says: 1:40 AM Reply ...

what i have to do?? http://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/linux-general-1/installing-grub2-to-a-dedicated-partition-938504/ Otherwise, it will not copy the entire filesystem, just what on the 1 mb primary partition! (Even though it appears to be cloning normally!) Good luck. Joined: Jan 2011Likes Given: 239Likes Received: 659 in 588 postsReputation: 17 - (Rate) ▲ Post: #2 ▼ RE: Cannot boot computer, tried reinstalling grub, won't reinstall Hi,if you have problems Grub rescue from live Ubuntu CD Enable 3D desktop cube without crashing Unity in U... 3D cube effects in Ubuntu Linux ► May (6) Copyright © 2011 Opensource4beginners | Powered

Really disappointing what a crap Ubuntu has become. weblink You're trying to install grub probably somewhere deep in the hard drive. |--|---------------------------------------|--------------------------------| ^ ^ ^ | |__ Start of 1st partition /dev/sda1 |__Start of 2nd partition /dev/sda2 | where you're The simple workaround (and, in my view, the correct way to perform a recovery install!) is to chroot into the system you're trying to recover before reinstalling GRUB: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Grub2#METHOD%203%20-%20CHROOT That's not It is customizable (fonts etc.) in a familar way.

Did Bill Gates eat my Ubuntu 11.10???? MB is MSI H67MA with Core i3-2xxx. I typed: "sudo grub-install --root-directory=/mnt /dev/sda1" and got this error: "/usr/sbin/grub-probe: error: cannot stat `aufs'" I have one hard drive, so I chose A, and it's on my 99GB partition which http://optimisersonpc.com/error-cannot/rsync-error-cannot-stat-destination-permission-denied-13.html Found this one on the web, slightly changed.

I've posted a message to the current Mint blog about release of Update 4, using TinyURL. (Leave off the < and >).[nb/nicabod] Anonymous says: 6:48 AM Reply Thank you very much!!!! Used it for years and loved it, but it has become really crappy. Anonymous says: 9:42 AM Reply Thanks a ton, really helpful stuff !

First we will unmount all the partitions to start fresh.

Please help? 11.04 grub2 share|improve this question edited Oct 6 '15 at 7:15 snoop 2,63651844 asked Jun 14 '11 at 3:38 vishnu 141116 add a comment| 3 Answers 3 active oldest am now DD'ing over the drive in hopes that a clean boot sector will fix the problem. Messages sorted by: [ date ] [ thread ] [ subject ] [ author ] I think it may be caused by the fact that grub-install does not know where is So I did that command, and ended up getting a grub menu that only showed my Windows boot.

Note that registered members see fewer ads, and ContentLink is completely disabled once you log in. I really like your tutorial and it is clear very helpful to me! debug-output see attachment.. his comment is here I can not even run the grub-install > afterwards and let the installer skip this step because there is no > option for this. > > I don't know how to

Are you new to LinuxQuestions.org? ericcarlson Linux - Software 5 01-22-2002 06:31 AM All times are GMT -5. But this problems dissapoint me. Calendros calendros-lp at laposte.net Sat Oct 8 00:19:24 UTC 2011 Previous message: [Bug 703009] Re: grub-probe: error: cannot stat `aufs'.

Did a fresh install. but then it stuck up with grub rescue Frank Dimichele says: 12:36 PM Reply http://sourceforge.net/p/boot-repair/home/Home/ Anonymous says: 6:23 AM Reply Very helpful! tuximero (tuximero) wrote on 2011-10-10: #36 I am having the same problem. Click Here to receive this Complete Guide absolutely free.

AND ITS UNDECIDED? Anonymous says: 10:40 AM Reply Thanx a lot dude.... I got confused here - I did have a boot partition that was not my Linux, it was my base partition (/sda0). Some commands took a few seconds to finish, but I'm back up and running.Really, truly appreciated.

it's not possible to update anything on my system now... Yes, more popular, but not the only one. Any help would be nice! 29-03-2012 02:51 PM The following 1 user Likes imachrismoose's post:1 user Likes imachrismoose's post Solstice-Eireann (04-02-2012) Wolfman ViewProfile SendPM ViewThreads SendEmail ViewPosts If it is Linux Related and doesn't seem to fit in any other forum then this is the place.

Simply awsome nd my porblem is solved nd ubuntu 12.04 is working perfectly. Subscribing... So for me at least, 11.04 installs if I use an old DOS type partition table. Ubuntu grub rescue screenshot-2 The partation which have Linux under System column is your drive in which ubuntu linux is installed.

Java Training in Chennai Java Training in Chennai | Core Java Training in Chennai Online Java Training Java 8 Online Training | Java J2EE Online Training | JavaEE Training Institute in Came back up with "error: out of disk" and "grub rescue>" with a blinking colon. I've run Ubutnu for years and years on my main machine and now dual boot Win7 and 11.04... It's up and running after first failed within the installer :-( Retry with option to update while installing disabled does the job.

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