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Re: Grub drive assignments



On Sun, 2005-03-04 at 12:32 +0100, John Austin wrote:
> On Sun, 2005-04-03 at 11:58 +0100, Paul Howarth wrote:
> > On Sun, 2005-04-03 at 06:37 -0400, David Niemi wrote:
> > > How do the drive assignments work in Grub?
> > > 
> > > I have 4 hard drives in a computer:
> > >  hda - ntfs data disk
> > >  hdb - ntfs data disk
> > >  sda - FC3, Grub, used LVM default installation with SELinux
> > >  sdb - ntfs, WinXP
> > > 
> > > During the install initially grub was going to be installed to hda which
> > > I didn't want so I unplugged the 2 drives and installed with the 2 SATA
> > > active.  Because of this sda is hd0 in Grub and sdb is hd1.  Once I
> > > plugged the other 2 drives back in Grub wouldn't boot to WinXP.

> Hi,
> 	Not totally convinced that FC3 uses same as BIO.
> FC4T1 does during install.
> Don't trust were FC4T1 is going to write grub stuff during install !!!!
> The best way I have found to be really sure what grub thinks
> both during both install and booting (they may not be the same)
> Use cat (hdTAB to find the devices and files
> eg
> cat (hd0,0)/test_file
> 
> where test_file is different on each drive !!!!

I do not have the other hard drives mounted, haven't gotten that far yet
in installing stuff, getting ntfs reads enabled, etc so this isn't going
to work(?).  I'll get on this anyway.

Is there any command from within Grub to list the drives, other than
just using hit and miss with grub.conf changing the hd1 to others?



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