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problem in booting with Suise Linux ! ?

Posted on 2004-08-07
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hello..
i have a Suise linux .. and face this problem when turn on my computer ..
the message says :
"GRUB booting Stage2 ..."
after few secinds the following message appeared :
GNU GRUB ver 0.94
some text ......
grub > 

how can i solve this problem ? ...
thank you alot
3ezz
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by:sciuriware
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I hope you have SuSE LINUX
in that case, you may indicate which kernel to boot.
I don't know how you installed and configured your system, but probably there is choice .....
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by:3ezz
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in fact its not mine .. and i have never deal with it .. but this problem occur on the place i work .. and iam trying to fix it ..
any body can help ?
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by:sciuriware
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Ask the management who installed it. That's all I can say;
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the managment asked me  !
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by:sciuriware
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Funny situation, how could you find out which kernels are present?

Anyway, in these cases, hit Return; see what happens.
I never used grup, but you understand that it's the system loader.
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download a linux rescue disk or a disk like the liveCD from gentoo (stage 1 startup)

mount boot partition (it may be on root)
it should have a vmlinuz or bzImage type file

check out how to make /boot/grub.conf  at http://www.gnu.org/software/grub/
that should solve your problems
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by:knollbert
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I assumed it worked
Thanks for the points and the grade

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