Re: Lost fc7 boot loader

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On Mon, 2008-05-12 at 18:48 -0400, Vincent Onelli wrote:
> root (hd0,1)
> filesystem type unknown
> partition type 0xf  

That sounds bad.  Are you trying to access the right drive & partition?
Are you doing this on a system with a FAT16 partition?  (e.g. A Windows
recovery partition).

Run the "fdisk -l" command, and list all the partitions that are on your
drive.

> kernel  /vmlinuz-2.6.23.15-80.fc7 r0 root=/dev/volGroup00/ rhgb quite 

You have some errors in the above text.  If you've cut and pasted,
rather than just typed that out by hand, fixing the errors might get you
back on track.

"r0" should be "ro" (read only)

"quite" should be "quiet" (show less messages while booting, but in your
case, you should probably remove the keyword and see all the messages
that the system can tell you)

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