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Old 12-08-2009, 04:38 PM
 
Default Grub beta issue with kernel update/upgrade

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********I am going to guess your using Karmic 9.10 and the grub you
have is version 2 and your file system is ext4. As for the
kernel update I got it in my Karmic and there were zero problems.

********Is my guess right? Can you still boot up with an earlier kernel?"

I think your guess is write however the menu to select the other kernals isn't there. I haven't tried a different booting (F12) yet.

It just goes into a command prompt. I remember there was a way that I got rid of the beta and put the other one on. I should be
able to try later tonight.
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Old 12-08-2009, 04:52 PM
Tom H
 
Default Grub beta issue with kernel update/upgrade

> I think your guess is write however the menu to select the other kernals
> isn't there. I haven't tried a different booting (F12) yet.

> It just goes into a command prompt. I remember there was a way that I got
> rid of the beta and put the other one on. I should be
> able to try later tonight.

If you want to downgrade to grub 1, you will have to do so on a
partition other than the Ubuntu 9.10 one if you used ext4 for it.

Goh Lip emailed you a method of booting from the grub cli and then
correcting your grub.cfg earlier today.

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Old 12-08-2009, 06:35 PM
"Karl F. Larsen"
 
Default Grub beta issue with kernel update/upgrade

mdovell@comcast.net wrote:
> "
> I am going to guess your using Karmic 9.10 and the grub you
> have is version 2 and your file system is ext4. As for the
> kernel update I got it in my Karmic and there were zero problems.
>
> Is my guess right? Can you still boot up with an earlier kernel?"
>
> I think your guess is write however the menu to select the other kernals isn't there. I haven't tried a different booting (F12) yet.
>
> It just goes into a command prompt. I remember there was a way that I got rid of the beta and put the other one on. I should be
> able to try later tonight.
>
>
OK, please give all of us more details on your problem when
your at your computer.

73 Karl


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