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> Help Needed With Grub, Running Multiple OS
vimalkglb
post Jun 5 2003, 01:01 PM
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I had windows Xp and redhat 7.3 simultanesously running on my PC. but my xp crashed and i had to reinstall it. after i did that whenever i tried to log into linux by selecting it from the boot choices that apperas when my machin boots up( i think it's the xp boot loader)...i get to the GRUB prompt and i don't know how to start up linux from there. however i am able to start linux when i boot through the linux boot disk. please tell me how to correct this problem. i have installed the kernel in /dev/hda3 partition.
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Hemant
post Jun 5 2003, 01:05 PM
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use command
grub-install to fix the MBR, xp has removed grub from ur mbr.
for details see
man grub-install


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