Alin Fang wrote: > Hello, all. > I do this test: > ================================= > 1: > A new PC never run grub-install before . > rm /boot/grub/*stage* > reboot > > Is OK. Grub can run and can load kernel. > > > ================================ > > 2 > grub-install /dev/sda > rm /boot/grub/*stage* > reboot > > you can see : grub can not load stage2. > > ======================== > I know that : grub load kernel by this way : > stage1 > / \ > stage2 stage1.5 > \ > stage2 > > But I don't know : how grub chose one ? > I thought that the installer would use stage 1.5 as long as it was being installed to a file system there was a stage 1.5 for, unless you specified otherwise. Mikkel -- Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for thou art crunchy and taste good with Ketchup!
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