Boot linux and stop at grub

Posted on 2007-07-20
Last Modified: 2013-12-16
when I boot Linux it show Grub and do notthing How can I fix this i use redhat
Question by:teera
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    Sometimes happen,
    1. Boot with Linux CD (Same version installed recommended)
    2. Write on First prompt     boot:   write
    linux rescue

    3. Now enter command: (your hard drive is automatically mounted in /mnt/sysimage)
    chroot /mnt/sysimage

    if you know the boot drive i.e. /dev/hda  write this drive in the command:
    grub-install /dev/hda

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    Assisted Solution

    If Your grub will not load system without hitting enter on keyboard
    edit Your /etc/grub.conf and add/modify before first title line

    If it will not load system at all, follow shoaibbhatti007 instructions (usually: /sbin/grub-install # alone is fine)

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