Reply stringofthoughts said November 8, 2009 at 5:45 pm Hi Marc! Keep up the good work Reply anamtamrin said July 22, 2009 at 4:10 pm thank u very very much… Reply Levi said August 20, 2009 at 3:28 pm I tried this Boot Info Script 0.60 from 17 May 2011============================= Boot Info Summary: =============================== => Grub2 (v1.99) is installed in the MBR of /dev/sda and looks at sector 1 of Alastair McAlpine said November 29, 2009 at 7:47 pm Marc. http://imagextension.com/grub-error/grub-error-1h.php
Apparently, OpensSUSE can't do that on it's own. Good luck🙂 Reply Steve said October 9, 2009 at 11:58 pm By the way, I am using a Ubuntu live CD. Try hwinfo --partition You will get a line similar to the following: Device Files: /dev/sda1, /dev/disk/by-id/usb-CompanyXXXXXX,_Inc._USB_Mass_Stor age_Device_100-part1, /dev/disk/by-path/pci-0000:00:1d.7-usb-0:3:1.0-scsi-0:0:0: 0-part1, /dev/disk/by-uuid/84ff6790-9b69-4401-9ba2-43d044af1d30, /dev/disk/by-la bel/Whatever Now you know your partition is not only accessible All these inter-dependencies were done incrementally and in a certain order, and were properly resolved at key points by "sudo apt-get -f install", , which forced some dependents, such as libraries,
Michael. Using simolar techniques to the above, I used "dir /dev/disk// to get all the ways the drives and partitions are referenced and copied these into a text file, then used "blkid Fortunately I did not need it this time around. What was happening was for sda3, I was getting the ogiginal folders and files back (mostly), but neither boot-rescue nor update-grub were verifying that sda3 had /boot on it, a /etc/fstab
they can roughly estimate temple length based on a front view of your head and something like a credit/debit card to judge distance by. A lot of other solutions didn't work for this install because it is Ubuntu 10.04, upgraded since 9.04. FSTAB was the only file i did changed though what can i do to fix that menu.list? Initramfs Now no more timeouts and no need to know root's password, although you could change the root password with "sudo passwd root".
You can use Ubuntu install CD to get the UUID(s) with gparted (you just have to right click on the partition for which you want to get the UUID, and click Fstab Uuid Reason: correcting a mistake Adv Reply September 13th, 2009 #9 doggie504 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message 5 Cups of Ubuntu Join Date Jul 2009 Beans 32 DistroUbuntu 9.04 only I did not know that then. https://stringofthoughts.wordpress.com/2009/05/24/grub-error-17-debianubuntu/ and this will delete everything except files in ../ that start with "h", and all folders in ../ that don't start with "h" plus their contents.
I never tried to install any other OS or partition the disk or similar… Would it be easier for me to just reinstall the whole system? I tried both changes in the menu.lst but it gave me the same "error 17" > cannot mount selected partition. THANK YOU VERRRRRRYYYYYYYYYY MUCH!!!! Required fields are marked *Comment Notify me of followup comments via e-mail.
Fdisks displays several (not critical) warinings, including that the disk capacity is not used completely. https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=52630 No programs exist for the elderly, who won't be around that long, and whom nobody cares about, the kids all having families of their own to care for, or whom know Grub Error 15 sda1: _________________________________________________________________________ File system: Boot sector type: - Boot sector info: Mounting failed: mount: unknown filesystem type " sda2: _________________________________________________________________________ File system: Extended Partition Boot sector type: - Boot sector info: Grub Command Line I have tried to google more and found some explanation about device.map - bios sometimes have different map of disks than the grub has.
The possibilities are huge if you think about it. http://imagextension.com/grub-error/grub-error-16-fix.php http://www.ubuntugeek.com/grub-customiz … luded.html Makes things a whole lot easier to look at. Nope, doesn't work. The other steps in your solution all seem to hinge on the order having been incorrect. Grub Rescue Commands
Can I suggest that if you are running from a live CD, you may need to set-up your internet connection to allow the computer access to the files. When you're in live environment all valid partitions are shown in "Places" => "Removable Media". IMPORTANT : Of course, if you use a boot CD to do that you'll have to add "/media/xxxxx" before "/etc/fstab" : "/media/xxxxx/etc/fstab". useful reference This solution saved my hide.
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The importance of getting the results into a file is that it can be processed by a script or other app, program, or utility like grep, awk, sed, cut, and so If no errors were found please post the contents of the following files (from your ubuntu partition not the livecd): /boot/grub/menu.lst /boot/grub/device.map and the output of Code: sudo blkid I won't Of course I googled the net, but in all cases I found the problem was in messed up disks in /boot/grub/devices.map. Boot Linux into single user modePress ESC in the grub menu and press ‘e’ to edit the grub entry.
Topics: Active | Unanswered Index »Newbie Corner »grub error 17 on fresh install Pages: 1 #1 2008-08-01 04:11:09 mrcold Member Registered: 2008-01-24 Posts: 150 grub error 17 on fresh install i I got here by searching for what other change is needed. We assume your USB disk is drive /dev/sdx mounted to /mnt/sdx. this page I made sure to uncheck the option to use MBR in YaST during the installation.
System is on /dev/hdc6 (ext4).
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