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Re: initrd in menu and command line

From: Christian Demmer
Subject: Re: initrd in menu and command line
Date: Sun, 25 Jun 2006 22:23:11 +0200


uups ... sorry, while copy&pasting my grub.cfg it seems, I have lost some lines 

here is my full grub.cfg (this time completely)

set timeout=3
set default=0

insmod font
insmod terminal
insmod vbe

menuentry "Kubuntu 2.6.15" {
   linux /vmlinuz-2.6.15-25-386 root=/dev/hda2 splash=silent quiet
   initrd /initrd-2.6.15-25-386

menuentry "Kubuntu Rescue" {
   linux /vmlinuz-2.6.15-25-386 root=/dev/hda2 splash=silent quiet rescue
   initrd /initrd-2.6.15-25-386



> On Sunday 25 June 2006 14:48, Christian Demmer wrote:
>> I have the same problem as mentioned earlier regarding initrd:
>> If I place initrd in the grub.cfg file, it will not be loaded. Using the
>> command line, I can easily boot my system:
>It is not the same problem, if you can boot it from the command line.
>> Athlon XP with 1 GB memory booting of the first IDE drive, /dev/hda1 aka.
>> hd0,0 is grub's root and linux /boot, /dev/hda2 aka. hd0,1 is linux root
>> My grub.cfg:
>> set timeout=3
>> set default
>Here is an error. You should put "set default=0". Currently, the scripting 
>engine is very fragile with an error.
>> menuentry "Linux" {
>> linux /vmlinuz quiet root=/dev/hda2
>> initrd /initrd
>> }

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