On Thursday 23 June 2005 09:10, Alexander Dalloz wrote:
Am Do, den 23.06.2005 schrieb Felipe Contreras um 17:29:
On 6/21/05, Felipe Contreras <felipe contreras gmail com> wrote:
The problem I'm having right now is that grub starts in the shell, as
if no grub.conf existed... but there it is... and it seems to be ok.
I'm going to answer myself here. Since no one in #fedora nor
fedora-list answered or cared to suggest anything; I tried
#lfs-support, and thanks to jbit I found what the problem was.
For some reason grub is not following symlinks on ReiserFS, I don't
know if it's a problem specific with the grub compiled in Fedora but
making /etc/grub.conf a normal file it worked fine.
I wonder a bit as I always thought /etc/grub.conf exists only for
convenience - better to be recognized as conf(iguration) file for grub.
And that the real configuration used by grub is only
/boot/grub/menu.lst, to which /etc/grub.conf on Fedora by default is a
When I do 'ls -ap /boot/grub' it indicates that @menu.lst is the symlink and
grub.conf the original. Am I misinterpreting this?
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