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Accidentally Formatted Red Hat Linux Patition : Getting Grub command prompt [on hold]

I have 2 disks on my PC. Disk 0 contains Windows 7 and Ubuntu Wubi installation and Disk 1 contains Red Hat Enterprise Linux Installation. When I used to turn on my PC, I was by default taken to a ...
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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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How to edit file from grub prompt in RHEL6?

I changed the file which is in /usr/share/xsessions/gnome.desktop and now I want to change it back to its original state from a GRUB prompt because now my system is not able to login.
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Redhat Grub not working after Fresh Install

Today i installed redhat on one server this server will be used on DR site as a backup. System has 2 HDD with 500GB space and I created the RAID0 and after that i completed the installation. But ...
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How to enable dual booting option at boot screen?

I have two hard drives, 160GB and 500GB. On the 160GB I have installed RHEL 6 and on the 500GB, Windows 7. When I start, the hard drive which is set as primary is booting directly. I have set the ...
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Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6: /boot/grub/menu.lst or /boot/grub/grub.conf?

I have a brand new Scientific Linux 6 system, but this same question should apply to CentOS 6, RHEL6 or any RHEL6-derivative. I see that /boot/grub contains a menu.lst as well as a grub.conf file. ...
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Red Hat Kernel Upgrade problem

I'm using a Red Hat 4 Enterprise Linux. But, when I upgrade the kernel, an error occurred. And after, when computer is booting with new kernel (red hat enterprıse 2.6.9-100.el), I receive the ...
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How to uninstall RHEL from a dual-boot system?

I had RHEL 5 and WinXP on dual-boot and then from WinXP I deleted those partitions which were allocated to RHEL. Now I am not able to start my computer. The booting process stops at grub. I tried ...