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You've probably not added Windows to the boot loader. Boot into Linux and run sudo grub-mkconfig -o /boot/grub/grub.cfg That will generate your GRUB config file. If you have multiple operating systems installed, make sure that the command above lists all of them. For example: $ sudo grub-mkconfig -o /boot/grub/grub.cfg Generating grub.cfg ... Found ...
I managed to fix it up. When I was going around and try to boot from the Open Firmware, it would load yaboot and start to load the kernel, but then get stuck waiting for the root filesystem. This was resolved by separating /boot in an ext2 partition. But I would still not manage to get yaboot (or GRUB) properly configured during the installation. More ...
The GRUB banner is printed before configuration files are read, so the only way to get rid of them is patching the source or the binaries. There is prior art in this field, though, if you really mean it. Syslinux behaves the same in this respect. The boot loader banner is often used as a "progress bar": different parts of it are printed by different stages ...
It's happen when you restart your system unexpected when the root device mounted and work . The strongest theory is that you miss your root drive and system files Solution : just if you have backup file from your root partition you can restore your system but sometime the problem is your Partition on hard driver : Solution: i recommend to use ...
I don't know what happened to your OS, but I can surely tell you that SysRescueCd liveCD will get your files back. as long your drives are not badly damaged you can get your files back 100%. Get it here http://www.sysresccd.org/SystemRescueCd_Homepage
Try find.. "find / -name grub" /boot/grub perhaps is what you are looking for.
My answer from AskUbuntu: You need to use the GRUB holdshift script. If you read the GRUB man carefully you woll notice that what you want is not achievable via standard settings. Just download the script here GRUB holdshift and follow the instructions in the readme.
With lots of Research and googling I found that I need to follow the below steps: Create your own linux Distribution. using http://www.linuxfromscratch.org/ . Make sure you set install on USB or LIVE USB capability Install the new linux distribution on your usb drive. Install your grub giving path of USB drive. Change the default Program you want to start ...
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