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After a Kernel update my grub is broken and fedora 25 is using lvm to partition. I haven't found any tutorial that made me boot on fedora via command line on grub.

Edit: Trying to make things more clear. All I have when I turn on the computer is a command line "grub>" I want to know what commands should I use to boot on my fedora installation from there

  • "fedora 25 is using lvm to partition", what does that mean? – dr01 Jul 18 '17 at 14:13
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Your question is not completely clear, however to fix GRUB problems you can download an ISO of boot-repair-disk, burn it on a CD-ROM or USB drive, then boot from this device. Then follow the instructions.

  • All I have when I turn on the computer is a command line "grub>" I want to know what commands should I use to boot on my fedora installation from there – Thiago Fontes Jul 18 '17 at 14:11
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    If you are in that state, it is highly likely that you can't boot your installation from there. The advice of using a rescue image is really the best — either that one or rescue mode from the Fedora network installer. – mattdm Jul 18 '17 at 18:37
  • Yeah I think I'll reinstall the whole system. Thank you! – Thiago Fontes Jul 19 '17 at 12:23

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