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Thread: Invalid Environment Block solution

  1. #11
    Join Date
    Aug 2008
    South East Montana

    Re: Invalid Environment Block solution

    Quote Originally Posted by Madhatter14641 View Post
    A while back my grub install started throwing up an invalid environment block error. It took me a while to find the fix, so I figured that someone else might want it.

    To boot into linux in the first place, push e in the grub menu, delete the save_env recordfail line, and press ctrl+x to boot.

    Next, run these commands:

    cd /boot/grub
    rm grubenv
    grub-editenv grubenv create
    grub-editenv grubenv set default=0
    grub-editenv grubenv list

    This should give you a bootable system. Found the solution here: Hope this helps someone!
    I linked to this post on the Grub2 Introduction.

    I had this problem a while back and my fix was not anywhere near as elegant as this. Good job and thanks.
    Dell 480 XPS 3G ram Quad Core 2.40GHz, Radeon HD 2400 PRO, Audigy1, 3x320G HDD, 320G External, Debian Testing for use, Debian Squeeze for secure use, Debian Sid for FUN

  2. #12
    Join Date
    May 2006
    Kubuntu 10.10 Maverick Meerkat

    Re: Invalid Environment Block solution

    Thanks for posting this. I had to forcefully shutdown the laptop today (power button), and this popped up.

    Could you or someone else explain how this fix works?

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