iding usb drive for grub reinstall
On Fri, Aug 8, 2008 at 2:15 AM, James Takac <email@example.com> wrote:
> Hi Guys
> I'm trying to use a live cd to reinstall grub on a usb drive on which Ubuntu
> resides to allow it to boot on eee pc. How do I find the drive assignment as
> it's recognised by the live cd so I know where to install grub?
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The drive assignment as seen by the LiveCD isn't important. The Ubuntu
hasn't booted yet. However it is important how the USB drive is see by
Grub, This I can tell you: hd1 (hd0 is the physon ssd)
To be able to boot from it Grub must also know where the /boot (or /
if you do not have a seperate /boot) partition is. Usually this is the
first partition on the disk, so it should be 1.
Therefore the drive assignment you should use to set a grub mbr is: (hd0,1)
I trust you have enough knowledge of Grub to use this?
There are two kinds of people:
1. People who start their arrays with 1.
1. People who start their arrays with 0.
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