How to load Linux from GRUB?
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Hi, all, I had a dual-boot (Windows XP on NTFS and Linux), but I wanted to partition the C: drive where Windows XP was installed. I used Partition Magic to first resize C: drive to a smaller one, and then create a new partition with a letter G. However, somehow, Partition Magic screwed up, now I can't seem to boot to Linux, whereas I can still boot to Windows from GRUB by the following: GRUB> rootnoverify (hd0,1) GRUB> chainloader +1 GRUB> boot I tried to boot to Linux by doing the following: GRUB> root (hd0,9) GRUB> kernel / <tab> GRUB> kernel /boot <tab> But it doesn't seem to find vmlinuz... in /boot. When I do "kernel / <tab>" it gives the "possible" commands. I am wondering if there is any command (possibly kernel command?) which lists the entire directory (like ls in Unix or dir in DOS). I looked at PartitionMagic, but depressingly, all partitions for Linux seem to have zero unused space, i.e., everything appears to be used. (e.g., size MB: 27,956.0; Used MB: 27,956.0 and Unused MB: 0.0) Can I somehow recover from this? Should I reformat everything, I am afraid? Thanks in advance. --peter __________________________________ Yahoo! Mail - PC Magazine Editors' Choice 2005 http://mail.yahoo.com -- Shrike-list mailing list Shrike-list@xxxxxxxxxx https://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/shrike-list
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