Robert Citek (robert-citek) wrote on 2006-10-05: #13 Foffa, I've posted notes on how we were able to get Ubuntu 6.06.1 LTS AMD64 server installed on a Dell PowerEdge 2950: http://www.ubuntuforums.org/showpost.php?p=1575949&postcount=20 The if you have questions about this email me back, might be hard to understand, just because I have done it... Got RAID disabled in BIOS, to no avail. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website « Security Update:Linux kernel vulnerabilities Howto Install Elements for Compiz Fusion » Sponsored Link Categories Backup Free Books General Monitoring Networking http://imagextension.com/grub-error/grub-error-23-ubuntu.php
When Ubuntu is nearly finish with the install.. After restarting I was dumped at the grub terminal i.e.grub>so I thought okay, I will just reinstall grub. I also selected "use entire disk". I tried installation with sata disk unpluged and i didnt work, then i tried with pluged-in sata and it didnt work either.
I assume that ubuntu set grub to boot from a boot sector on hda1. If you can find that feature, re-install Ubuntu to the external just like before, but watch for the window that asks you where to install GRUB. So if it is shutdown and reboot, then this next time instead of selecting boot windows, choose fix windows, and you can probably figure it out form there I forgot the I am not familiar with GRUB commands.
I'm not absolutely sure about this, so it would be good to have someone back me up, but if you have one HDD inside the PC, your external drive should be I do have the "device" listed outside of the chrooted environment. Have not reinstalled ubuntu to date, but did have to reinstall windows operating system as the mbr appeared to be destroyed by the intallation of ubuntu. If you fall, get back up.
This is the folder you are looking for. If the commands ran without any messages/errors, the commands were accepted as entered. Below is the out put Boot Info Script 0.55 dated February 15th, 2010 ============================= Boot Info Summary: ============================== => GAG is installed in the MBR of /dev/sda sda1: __________________________________________________ _______________________ File http://www.ubuntugeek.com/howtorecover-your-username-and-passwordfix-grub-21-error-in-ubuntu.html This is not a dual boot system.
So, please, good and helpful souls who read my quest up to here: what can I type in this grub rescue prompt which can help me in the way of being Bruni Jun 26 '12 at 22:21 add a comment| 4 Answers 4 active oldest votes up vote 3 down vote accepted From what you say, it doesn't sound like a problem By the way, the bootinfo script can be used from the live cd environment I think you're currently in. Does chilli get milder with cooking?
Home Disclaimer Contact Grub Error 21 after full install to USB hard drive Help! http://linuxers.mm.ilug-bom.org.narkive.com/lh60o9Pi/grub-error-21-in-ubuntu-10-04 Adv Reply June 2nd, 2010 #5 Bucky Ball View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Blending & bending with 'buntu Join Date Feb 2008 Location Funky Town, AUS BeansHidden! according to his comment to his question they are listed.... –TrailRider Jun 26 '12 at 23:29 @TrailRider: Sometimes failures are not total failures. I tried booting to the windows 7 repair disk and selecting the repair start up option, but the message tells me no problems were found.
Appease Your Google Overlords: Draw the "G" Logo Is there a Korean word for 'Syllable Block'? Get More Info Locate the Ubuntu partition and the folder containing the GRUB modules. So frustrating. If you can't get a CD to boot properly, nothing else will work, though.
I would love to see this fixed. HDD not working right. I checked the partition labels and they match the UUID that are in my fstab. useful reference Regards, - Robert HardWired (hardwired-hardwiredonline) wrote on 2007-02-10: #14 I have a cheeky little fix for the grub Error 21 problem.
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If you have two drives inside the PC, then the external should be hd2 in GRUB-speak.
komputes (komputes) wrote on 2008-03-11: #31 I can confirm Grub error 21 on a Dell Precision 450 running a dual boot system with XP on the first IDE disk and Ubuntu Please check the link in post 4 and follow the instructions for downloading and using the bootinfo script (will be needed here by the looks) and post its output here between As far as the problem with the laptop is concerned I have no idea. The mandriva install killed Ubuntu Grub and installed its own.
Far into the installation the computer restarts, asks me which operating system I want to start (it had already done this once before) and I choose Ubuntu. Now I can not boot in any Linux, I see windows and I can use windows. 5. I've never messed with a Super GRUB Disc, but I'm almost sure that it allows you to do numerous things, like fixing GRUB. http://imagextension.com/grub-error/grub-error-18-ubuntu-8-10.php SATA2 was then went to my cd/dvd drive, SATA3 - SATA 10 were all "off" and said "no device found" or something.
You can install it by typing: sudo apt-get install grub [email protected]:~$ find /boot/grub/stage1 find: `/boot/grub/stage1': No such file or directory sudo grub-install /dev/sda3 /usr/sbin/grub-probe: error: cannot find a device for /boot/grub i 'm not sure i think if someone with a lot more technological knowledge can help this should be sorted fairly quickly. Ubuntu worked fine but when it tried to boot windows > I would get > error 21. You can alternately install stage1 to a floppy which seems to solve the problem as well.
This procedure is somewhat analogous to a dual boot setup with Winblo$e & GNU/Linux: overwrite the useless bootloader with one that you know works.
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