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equivalent of update-grub for rhel/fedora/centos systems

In Ubuntu (and I guess in Debian too) there is a system script named update-grub which automatically executes grub-mkconfig -o with the correct path for the grub configuration file. Is there any ...
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Why Would Spacing Matter in grub.conf?

See my earlier question. GRUB wouldn't recognize the XEN kernel until extra blank lines were added and the title of the GRUB entry matched the version of XEN installed on the server. I've always ...
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Grub not Recognizing XEN Kernel on Boot

We are able to successfully install and boot to a XEN kernel on 5 of our 7 eucalyptus node controllers. The last two are having the same problems despite running an identical installation process. ...
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PC Boots to grub> prompt after putting partition table entries in disk order

I am using Centos 6.5. I tried to get the disk space using fdisk -l | grep Disk What I got was Partition table entries are not in disk order I tried to fix the problem with the method outlined ...
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change boot order

I have 2 partitions sda1 XP and sda2 CENTOS. I have reinstalled grub on /dev/sda but on rebooting, I experienced: error : 22 no such parition for Centos; while Windows boots charmingly on the other. ...
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repairing a damaged grub with centos

I have a damaged grub in my centos system. to repairing this problem, I use rescue mode and then I execute this follwing comand : chroot /mnt/sysimage grub-install /dev/mapper/ddf1OSp3 and then ...
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Everything works in the auto-generated kickstart file for installing centos-linux except for selecting target drive + boot dot

I discovered that if I copy the auto-generated kickstart file in CentOS Linux, I could re-install CentOS Linux without having to fill stuff, and so on.. It appears centos saves the auto-generated ...
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grub error : “File not found” for separate /boot/efi partition

I've installed CentOS 6.4 on UEFI enabled machine, created /boot/efi partitions. But my grub is not automatically starting, if I start the PC, I start in Windows 8. I can only start CentOS by ...
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Grub problem booting problem at fresh install of Centos

I've Windows 7 installed on my PC. I would like to install Centos and remove Windows 7 completely. After burning a Centos 6.2 on a DVD, and restarting the machine, I got the grub> window. I can ...
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Getting an existing Linux installation from one computer to boot on another

I have an existing Dell Precision 690 workstation setup to dual boot Windows XP and CentOS 5.5. These operating systems are installed on two separate drives. I have a grub menu on the Linux drive with ...