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Tag: GRUB

A new Archlinux upgrade, a new unbootable system

It's that time again... First my grub broke. So I had to type my config manually: root (hd0,0) kernel /vmlinux26 root=/dev/mapper/lvmopraid-root initrd /kernel26.img boot Read More »

Fixing a Xen DomU’s grub config

When you use xen-create-image to bootstrap an ubuntu, it sets up a grub config file menu.lst. However, this boot config is not kept up-to-date with newer ubuntu's because they use grub2 (which uses grub.cfg and not menu.lst). And Xen's pygrub first looks at menu.lst, so if you have a stale file, it will always boot an old kernel. Read More »

Installing grub on RAID1

When you have your kernel image and grub boot stages on a Linux software RAID1 partition, installing grub needs a bit of trickery. Read More »