GRUB Looks in Wrong Folder for Bootloader
I have my /boot directory installed on its own partition. When I tried to boot it went to <grub rescue> and when I checked the prefix it said
The problem is, that partition *is* the boot directory so that path is basically looking for grub in "/boot/boot/grub". I can get it to boot by using
but I have to do that at every boot.
I'd like to find a way to make that solution more permanent. I looked around in /etc/default/grub but couldn't find where that path is defined. Obviously I could just create the new directory /boot/boot/ and move the grub folder there but that seems stupid. Any ideas?
Kernel Linux 3.2.0-23-generic, MEMORY: 4Gb, PROCESSOR: AMD Athlon II X4 Quad Core Processor,
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