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Jul
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Jul
28
comment Grub2 RAID /boot
sinodun.com/2010/07/installing-grub2-on-gnulinux-software-raid this blog-entry looks promising as well, working through it atm.
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Jul
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comment Grub2 RAID /boot
entering mdadm --auto-detect in the rescue console does not work, but entering ls yields (hd0) (hd1) (hd2) (hd3) (fd0)
Jul
28
comment Grub2 RAID /boot
i just read here linuxquestions.org/questions/linux-general-1/… that grub gets its raid info from /etc/mdadm/mdadm.conf
Jul
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comment Grub2 RAID /boot
i changed my device.map according to your recommendations. i still get dropped to the rescue prompt. entering commands like insmod (md0,1)/ yields no such disk, insmod (hd0,1)/ yields no such partition and insmod (hd0)/ yields unknown filesystem. where can I specify which modules are built into the core.img?
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Jul
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comment Grub2 RAID /boot
the separate /boot is necessary, rest of the drive is encrypted... but lets not discuss this here, I think I will get some further problems with that as well. and yeah i read somewhere that i can also boot an encrypted partition with grub, but atm i cant even boot an unencrpyted one, so lets keep it simple ;)
Jul
27
comment Grub2 RAID /boot
still the same error... strange.
Jul
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comment Grub2 RAID /boot
pastebin.com/qWaSYw8a the insmod stuff is missing, thats exactly what I need I guess, will try it right away
Jul
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comment Grub2 RAID /boot
I added the line (md0) /dev/md1 to my device.map and grub-mkconfig found the corresponding UUID and wrote it to the grub.cfg. but after booting I get this error: no such device: 9f81a...restofUUID
Jul
27
comment Grub2 RAID /boot
The Link looks promising. I already modified my device.map because I had a device not found error (/dev/md1), but i in fact did not think of using grub-counting-style.
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Feb
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comment Monitor keeps turning off after 10 Minutes
i played around with setterm just before i asked the question and at first it seemed to have no impact at all... but now my monitor doesnt turn off any more... Strange because i thought that it had no effect and setterm -default ... so seems that gentoo allready messed around with the settings and setterm -default set them back. So yeah, seems to be a duplicate then ;)
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