This is for everyone who is not sure how to go about creating a bootable CD. COULD it work? Select the Internal ide/sata hard drive option. If you have an empty ext3 partition, I think you can do the full install and remedy your issues. get redirected here
See the Links below for more Help and those much wanted extras ... :) Read This First Fedora 10 & 9 Installation Script and Guide The easyLife Installation RPM MJMwired Fedora Paul Komski05-09-2011, 11:46 AMIt is competently counter intuitive since the drive is an IDE drive and should be listed as /dev/hda, but for whatever reason it had to be sda. Here is an example: map (hd0,0)/myiso.iso (hd32) map --hook chainloader (hd32) boot if myiso.iso is not contiguous and you have enough memory, add a --mem option: map --mem (hd0,0)/myiso.iso (hd32) map GRUB can be installed manually. check these guys out
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To do this I used a live CD. so thanks again David It's good to know that the partitions are at least correct, but before I go following the more manual route, I'll wait to see if there are I did a few searches on google and can not find out what the problem is. Hit ‘Enter’ and this will create a file named ‘grub.iso’.
Boot Puppy from the floppy. I just open the drawer as the PC boots, and Windows boots instead of the Puppy. Originally I believe that sda indicated scsi (and sometimes sata) and hda indicated ide but the whole issue of which distro and which kernel uses one or the other for a http://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/34535/puppy-frugal-install-harddisk-grub-problem Puppy v2.12 full is on hda1, and hda2 is a swap partition.
Very helpful. You will have to make a decision about the order you want things to boot in i.e. you should be able to backup the entire mbr sector first by typing something like: dd if=/dev/hda of=mbr.save bs=512 count=1 you should be able to restore it by typing: dd if=mbr.save Mmmm, your menu.lst looks right...
Tom. http://www.linuxforums.org/forum/arch-linux/181910-error-15-bootup-wont-boot.html I get 99.9% of the way there; it's usually a spelling, space or case problem in the scripts, somewhere along the line. If you are not familiar with mounting partitions, post back and someone will explain. Puppy installed grub, you installed grub, or grub was already installed via Kbuntu?
Depending on what version of Linux you are using this file may be named menu.ls, grub.conconf or somthing similar but they all use the same terminology to describe what and how http://imagextension.com/grub-loading/grub-loading-error-22-xp.php Linux IDE: GRUB IDE: Linux SCSI: GRUB SCSI: /dev/hda1 (hd0,0) /dev/sda1 (hd0,0) /dev/hda2 (hd0,1) /dev/sda2 (hd0,1) /dev/hda3 (hd0,2) /dev/sda1 (hd0,2) /dev/hda4 (hd0,3) /dev/sda2 (hd0,3) /dev/hdb1 (hd1,0) /dev/sdb1 (hd1,0) /dev/hdb2 (hd1,1) /dev/sdb2 Propably for the sake that LVM is new to me. fossiili View Public Profile Find all posts by fossiili #7 24th June 2006, 01:53 PM Seve Offline Retired Community Manager Join Date: Oct 2004 Location: The GTA, Ontario,
Paul Komski05-07-2011, 02:47 AMHave never had problems booting to USB (with SD Card Readers and Pen drives and external hard drives) as long as the PC supports this. So I had to play around to figure out what it was looking for. On the reboot make sure the puppy files are saved in the sda1 or what ever partition you have installed in, be careful with all of this if you have more useful reference Copyright © 2016 SliTaz Powered by bbPress - Network: Community Doc Forum Packages Bugs Hg Twitter Facebook Distrowatch Wikipedia Flattr Home Forums Posting Rules Linux Help & Resources Fedora Set-Up Guides
Is this because it is not attached or enabled in your BIOS ? Inode sizes in EXT partitions: http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?p=262324#262324 Making GRUB choose an initial pupsave file When booting to a frugal install, certain GRUB versions allow, via the psave parameter, to choose directly which I restarted the computer, but everything stopped on Grub loading, stage 1.5 when Error 15 appeared.
becoming unreadable. [So far this has NEVER happened to me] And even then it would be easy to re-burn the same RW disk or some other R/RW disk using the same Don't hold your breath if your not in the same time zone as me. Go to /mnt/floppy and either drag or copy vmlinuz to /boot. # cp /mnt/floppy/vmlinuz /boot Next copy stage1 stage2 menu.lst and e2fs_stage1_5 (or whatever) to /boot/grub. #cp /root/my-applications/Grub_files/stage1 stage2 menu.lst e2fs_stage1_5 I'm in Puppy on my old Inspiron laptop, at the moment.
What d'ya reckon, people? I keep getting 'Error 15: File not found'; mean anything to anybody? I've done a frugal install of dingo on hda3. this page Logicals start at partition 5 unlike windows which gives the first number after the number of primaries.
I hope this helps you fix your situation. You can probably guess the subject matter here, before I even ask it. I confess, I've never seen a boot setup QUITE like it. but im not sure because I am not sure how to mount partition from the LiveCD and view them for myself.
Anyone know what error 2 means? jlreich05-09-2011, 08:51 AMI installed lupu 5.25 yesterday and ran into the same issue of grub needing the device to install on. Register. 08-21-2011 #1 jaytounit View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Articles Just Joined! If the SFS file has been copied [by the user?] from the optical disk to sit beside the pupsave [don't put it somewhere other than beside the pupsave]...
Er, should that be 'thought I'd yet to find'? Many thanks, again.
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