View Full Version : [ubuntu] Booting into efix using Grub2

March 20th, 2011, 12:44 AM
Hi, efix is a usb bpu (booting processing unit) that can handle various OS. I'd like to have Grub2 pointing at it, list it and be able to start the booting process from there. My ubuntu 10.04 sees the device but apparently I can't configure the 40_custom file properly. I'm also using Burg as theme manager for grub2.
Below you can find my system specs.

|Motherboard: ASUS P6T SE bios v:0805
|CPU: intel corei7 930 2.80 ghz|GPU: ASUS Nvidia 250 gts 1GB|
|Ram: 6GB ddr3 1333 corsair (running at 1066)
|HDD: hitachi 7200 2,5" 100GB 3x Seagate 1TB (raid5) 1xSeagate 250GB
|Efix: 1.1 FW: 8.29.36 |DVD: pioneer BD-RW BDR 205
|OS: win7 home premium 64bit, Ubuntu 10.04 64bit, Osx 10.5.8
|Monitor: Samsung 37" 1080p flat panel TV connected to HDMI Slot

March 22nd, 2011, 02:54 AM
Hmmm none?
Any command that let me know how a usb device is seen by the system beside lsusb?