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RE: Autoload grub.conf

From: Treutwein Bernhard
Subject: RE: Autoload grub.conf
Date: Mon, 22 Sep 2003 14:01:03 +0200


general the file /boot/grub/menu.lst is autoloaded.
I have no idea about RH 9 and/or if RH uses a different
name and/or path. Your subject implies to me that
you called the file grub.conf ...

        Bernhard Treutwein, IuK, Ref. III A 3
        Bernhard.Treutwein(at)verwaltung uni-muenchen de

> -----Original Message-----
> From: G Cote [mailto:address@hidden 
> Sent: Friday, September 19, 2003 2:57 PM
> To: address@hidden
> Subject: Autoload grub.conf
> This isn't a grub bug, but didn't find a grub users 
> mailing list. Sorry if I'm in the wrong spot.
> I recently swapped my disks around on my rh 9 system.
> I moved my boot drive from hdb to hda (it's the same
> drive. i just moved it from slave to master on the
> IDE channel).
> Anyhow ... I mucked around with grub some so that 
> it'd boot from (hd0) instead of (hd1). I created a 
> grub boot floppy, and then reinstalled grub (via 
> setup command) onto the drive. It's working fine,
> except for one little thing. 
> When the system boots, it presents the grub command 
> line and then waits. I'd rather that it automatically
> load my configuration file, which presents the boot
> menu with the fancy splash image and automatically 
> selects the default boot image, etc etc.
> I can manually invoke the configuration file, but
> how do I convince it to do so on its own?
>  - gary
> =====
> --
> Gary Cote
> address@hidden

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