asked 5 years ago viewed 1133 times active 5 years ago Related 0How to modify GRUB to boot from e.g.: USB or CDROM?0Puppy frugal install Harddisk Grub Problem3Deleted GRUB root directory. The commands you executed would just install it onto the MBR of the hdd, but if it wasn't installed at all into the OS there will be no config files to Acknowledgement sent to Nick Hastings
grub-install: info: cannot open `/boot/grub/device.map': No such file or directory. GRUB 2 can be installed on multiple drives - all pointing to the same operating system. It will show more details about the boot process. via ChRoot This method of installation uses the chroot command to gain access to the broken system's files. https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=184570
Determine the mount point by referring to the location box in Places. Ubuntu boot folder does not exist on any partition0working 14.04 ubuntu to error: no such device: grub rescue>2Ubuntu 14.04 hangs, can fix/login but then after reboot it hangs again. If using the LiveCD, complete the steps up to and including the sudochroot command (Step 9) in the previous section.
TAB to OK when finished and press ENTER. UNIX is a registered trademark of The Open Group. As I said above it stil works the same as on grub-legacy grub2 is still not the default. via Boot-Repair Graphical Tool * Run Boot-Repair either from liveCD or from your installed session * Click "Advanced options" --> "GRUB options" tab * Tick the "Purge GRUB and reinstall it"
If the boot was controlled by Windows, the MBR information will now point to the Ubuntu installation and GRUB 2 will control the boot process. Example (software RAID using /dev/sda and /dev/sdb): grub-install /dev/sda grub-install /dev/sdbRecreate the GRUB 2 menu file (grub.cfg) update-grubExit chroot: CTRL-D on keyboard Reboot. The grub command above must be run in that environment. Message #22 received at [email protected] (full text, mbox, reply): From: "Felix Zielcke"
asked 2 years ago viewed 7443 times active 1 year ago Related 5Windows 7 doesn't boot after Ubuntu install1Unable to boot: Missing Operating system0Not booting into Ubuntu 14.105Can't boot to Ubuntu, Need to get 0B of archives. The device/drive is designated by sdX, with X being the device designation. Done > Reading extended state information > Initializing package states...
The bug is about what happens in > the case where grub *is* using /boot/boot/grub/. Code: [email protected]:~$ sudo grub-install --root-directory=/media/a6a3e0fd-ff99-4051-89f1-7cd5295b3360 /dev/sda Installation finished. Information forwarded to [email protected], GRUB Maintainers
When using a LiveCD, due to GRUB 2 changes between Ubuntu releases, it is recommended that the user boots a LiveCD of the same release (11.10, 12.04, etc) as the release check over here Bottom line, my Arch partition is still booting with Syslinux. Please see the results of the install, linux-image reconfigure and file listing under /boot below. $ sudo aptitude install grub-pc Reading package lists... Anyway it seems that the bug is indeed reproducable and better news it is fixed in grub 0.97-41.
UEFI GRUB 2 is compatible with EFI/UEFI and will load the necessary modules during installation. Done Reading extended state information Initializing package states... It will work fine. his comment is here The simplest is listed first, followed by more complicated methods.
sudo grub-setup -d /media/XXXX/boot/grub /dev/sdaExample: sudo grub-setup -d /media/7848138a-41a0-4eba-8aed-d1b625ac8759/boot/grub /dev/sda If the user gets a "error: Cannot open /boot/grub/device.map" message, add the -m switch and path to the device.map to the If another Ubuntu/Linux distribution controlled the boot process, it will be replaced by the GRUB 2 settings in the new installation. Please see the results of the install, linux-image reconfigure >> and file listing under /boot below. > > I used grub-legacy long ago, and I think I never used it with
The GRUB 2 menu will include an entry for Windows if it found what it considers the necessary Windows boot files. This is normally /boot but should be changed if the grub folder is located elsewhere. Instead it complained: > > grub-probe: error: Cannot open `/boot/grub/device.map' > > On a system with a separate /boot partition (such as this one), I > would have thought that device.map You don't have a grub.cfg created.
The designation may be a UUID, or a label, if the user has created one (see note). apt-get purge grub-commonReinstall GRUB 2. Yes, my message was totally offtopic for this bug report. weblink Full text and rfc822 format available.
apt-get install grub-pcIf using the ChRoot procedure, Exit chroot then continue the ChRoot procedure at Step 13: Post-Restoration Commands Once the user can boot to a working system, the following commands Done > > > > > -- System Information: > Debian Release: lenny/sid > APT prefers unstable > APT policy: (990, 'unstable'), (500, 'testing'), (500, 'stable'), (1, 'experimental') > Architecture: i386 The CD should be 64bit (not 32bit) if the system to fix is 64 bit. Full text and rfc822 format available.
BIOS/GPT Notes If the BIOS is setup to boot the disk in Legacy/mbr mode, installing GRUB2 on a GPT (GUID Partition Table) disk requires a dedicated BIOS boot partition with a