Todd Denniston wrote:
Good advice. Grub-install seems to pay attention to the device.map file when doing the install. At least I have had to edit it to match what Grub will see when booting when I install to a USB drive I plan to boot off of using the BIOS boot from USB device option. Today turned out to be a busy day, so I was not able to get back before now. (Problems with a DSL setup when they changed to a static IP - everything had to be reconfigured on the customer's instead of the ISP changing the DHCP configuration. They forgot to write down some of the information they were given, like the name servers and gateway IP addresses.)<about to get in just over my ears> not sure if you need to be working with /boot/grub/device.map I would suggest trying the grub.conf changes first.If you do, then grub-install has a --recheck among it's options. You might want to make a backup of the current map first though.if/when Mikkel comes back, you can probably trust him more than me.
Mikkel -- Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for thou art crunchy and taste good with Ketchup!
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