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Re: installing on x86_64

From: Jerone Young
Subject: Re: installing on x86_64
Date: Sat, 26 May 2007 18:14:23 -0500

Are you sure you did this on an x86-64 install. Current CVS still
suffers from the not being able to properly compile on x86-64 systems.
I am looking into it again now, but I think you may be mistaken in how
you are using it? What distro & gcc version are you using ?

On 5/22/07, Constantine Kousoulos <address@hidden> wrote:

I fetched the latest sources from cvs and tried to install grub2.
I followed the guide at the wiki

'configure --prefix=/boot/grub2': works ok.
'make': ok
'sudo make install': complaints about missing file
utils/grub.d/README.  easy to overcome.
'sudo grub-install --grub-setup=/boot/grub/grub.cfg /dev/hda':
there is no arg like '--grub-setup'. i used instead 'grub-install
--root-directory=/boot/grub2/ /dev/hda'
'sudo grub-setup  --directory=/boot/grub
--device-map=/boot/grub/ /dev/hda':
i get this error
'grub-setup: error: cannot stat /boot/grub2/boot.img'
so i copy boot.img to /boot/grub2. Then i get the same complaint
about core.img which does not exist.

Any advice is welcome.


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