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> HELP!!!!, no idea how to work linux
kimmm
post Nov 3 2008, 08:20 PM
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i need major help!! my exboyfriend deleted windows off my computer and put linux on there.. im not even sure which version.. but for some reason it wont work at all now.. this is the message it shows when i first turn on the computer and it wont do anything else.. i need help!!!


GRUB version 0.93 (640K lower/ 522708K upper memory)

{minimal BASH-like line editing is supported. For the first word, TAB lists possible command completions. Anywhere else TAB lists the possible completions of a device/filename.}

grub>_

can someone please tell me what i need to do to fix this! i have no idea how to operate linux AT ALL!!!
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docmur
post Nov 4 2008, 09:44 AM
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Well thats the grub shell prompt. I'm kinda unsure how you only have that but you can do something like grub>kernel (hd0,0)/boot/kernel to boot into Linux. The way the command will work out is "kernel" which tells grub you want to load a kernel, (hd0,0) or the hard disk and partition number, because you said you only have Linux I'm going to bet it's (hd0,0) and then you have to say where you kernel is. This is done by the location and the name of the kernel so if the /boot directory is one it's own partition then you need only to do (hd0,0)kernelname or if it's /boot is not it's own partition then (hd0,0)/boot/kernelname. Then when you hit enter grub will load the kernel and once it's loaded you just type boot and press enter and you'll be booted into Linux. so the syntax works out to:

grub>kernel (hd0,0)/boot/kernelname

or

grub>kernel (hd0,0)/kernelname.

I hope this is helpful

Thanks

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