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    [ubuntu] Re: Emergency Boot Manager on USB Stick?

    Take a look at: 4 ways to create bootable live usb. It seems you want to use usb-imagewriter. Some instructions on how to use usb-imagewriter.


    Yes, that's right. You are supposed to rename the...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Emergency Boot Manager on USB Stick?

    The Gnu/Linux instructions are far easier than the Windows ones. :P
    Whatever, I think that you are wanting to use Super Grub2 Disk. It has a GUI and it autodetects OS.

    About dd I have found...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Ubuntu 11.1 - Kernel panic

    It seems that Rescatux does not support reiserfs. I will have to fix that.

    It is not a bad a idea for having a hardware information option.

    Thank you again for the log!

    Good luck with your...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Ubuntu 11.1 - Kernel panic

    Usually when going from 6.06 to 11.10 or any other big jumps (That's 5 years!) it is recommended to save your /home directory and make a clean install and restore your /home directory.

    Depending...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Ubuntu 11.1 - Kernel panic

    Yes, you are probably right. There is not usually need to reinstall grub to the mbr. But the fsck command run from Rescatux might move the hard disk position of grub2 needed files, and that could...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Ubuntu 11.1 - Kernel panic

    How to solve this problem with Rescatux (I hope so):

    First of all make sure that you select Live AMD64 at boot screen if you installed a 64bit version of Ubuntu.

    First of all try the: Grub....
  7. Re: Help me on automated questions on ubuntuforums.org (Rescatux)

    Hi,

    I am developing a new feature called Share log on forum for Rescatux.

    Currently the user is being asked these questions:


    Choose the log file (A file representing the log of one of...
  8. What user writes has been turned into bold.

    This is a semi-automated message generated from Rescatux live cd.
    My description of my system is:
    My system has YOUROPERATINGSYSTEMHERE operating system with NUMBEROFHARDDISKSHERE hard disks
    My...
  9. Help me on automated questions on ubuntuforums.org (Rescatux)

    This is a semi-automated message generated from Rescatux live cd.
    My description of my system is:
    My system has YOUROPERATINGSYSTEMHERE operating system with NUMBEROFHARDDISKSHERE hard disks
    My...
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    [SOLVED] Re: GRUB Being a @$*&%! Please Help!!!

    Testdisk was able to detect two partitions: Dell Utility and Linux.
    I set up the Linux partition from Deleted to primary partition and saved.

    When we rebooted (and not before) we were able to...
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    [SOLVED] Re: GRUB Being a @$*&%! Please Help!!!

    There are basically three possible scenarios:

    1) A Linux system that can be restored by just reinstalling grub (There is an option on Rescatux for doing that ;) ).
    2) A Linux system where you can...
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    [SOLVED] Re: GRUB Being a @$*&%! Please Help!!!

    We need to use testdisk.

    In order to be able to use testdisk from Rescatux:



    sudo -i
    apt-get update
    apt-get install testdisk
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    [SOLVED] Re: GRUB Being a @$*&%! Please Help!!!

    Yes. And in the same terminal just after these commands you should type:


    gpart -e -f /dev/sda

    and press enter afterwards.

    And put here the output around [ code ] tags, although I think we...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Neoxhadowespio Grub problem rewritten

    It seems that gpart is not able to find your Gnu/Linux partitions.

    Does the output vary if you try an:


    gpart -e -f /dev/sda

    ?

    Just to remember from Rescatux just before running gpart...
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    [SOLVED] Neoxhadowespio Grub problem rewritten

    First of all I have to say that I postergate the problem that Neoxhadowespio cannot boot from usb. I think it is a secondary problem because he can boot from CD.

    Yesterday I managed to get in...
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    [SOLVED] Re: GRUB Being a @$*&%! Please Help!!!

    It's on the TODO list although you should know that I do not like it all. I mean, yes, it is useful, but I do not like how it is coded.

    I sometimes dream of having time to make an improved boot...
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    [SOLVED] Re: GRUB Being a @$*&%! Please Help!!!

    I thought SG2D was going to work. The problem why you need a new blank cd is that either you did not get a CDRW disk or that your USB does not boot.



    I'm in Spain. I will be online for the next...
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    [SOLVED] Re: GRUB Being a @$*&%! Please Help!!!

    You should burn Rescatux and meet me at #rescatux at irc.freenode.net just in case anything goes wrong.

    Once you are in Rescatux cdrom you can also join the chat from inside it thanks to Support...
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    [SOLVED] Re: GRUB Being a @$*&%! Please Help!!!

    So let's suppose that getting a blank cd is an actual problem for you.

    You have said that you have booted from CD. Which CD have you booted from? What other CDs do you have at hand that you can...
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    [SOLVED] Re: GRUB Being a @$*&%! Please Help!!!

    You can use a blank DVD disk instead.

    adrian15
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    [SOLVED] Re: GRUB Being a @$*&%! Please Help!!!

    Burn Super Grub2 Disk as you would burn the Ubuntu cd to a CD.

    Set your PC to boot from Super Grub2 Disk cd. Boot from it.

    Choose Detect any OS (first option) and boot into your system from it....
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    [SOLVED] Re: GRUB Being a @$*&%! Please Help!!!

    I am waiting your feedback about 3) and 4).

    :confused:

    adrian15
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    [SOLVED] Re: GRUB Being a @$*&%! Please Help!!!

    I have read entire post (28 posts) and I have some ideas:

    1) Boot error might be caused because usb boot device is not the first one. You have said that your usb device boots in a friend's...
  24. Thread: Adding xp

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    [ubuntu] Re: Adding xp

    Please explain how to improve Rescatux so that it is more intuitive. What menu options names would you have choosen?

    Thank you very much!

    adrian15
  25. Thread: Grub Rescue

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    [lubuntu] Re: Grub Rescue

    I do not know.

    The simple thing is to reinstall Ubuntu and set up a /boot partition (with custom partition) and grub2 will be installed there.

    The not so simple thing is from your running...
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