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Re: sir , I hve a problem,

From: Benoit Donnette
Subject: Re: sir , I hve a problem,
Date: Tue, 13 Mar 2007 07:01:49 +0100

As Dan Farrell suggested, you must be in the grub prompt after a
(possibly unwanted) reboot, with a broken grub.conf ; the remedy is to
correct the grub.conf file, which usually lies in the /boot/grub
directory. To get out of here, you will now need a rescue disk, unless
you happen to know the partitioning of your hard drive(s).

So do you happen to know which hard drives you have and how they are
partitioned ? If yes, please write it there if you want the people to be
able to help you.


On Tue, 2007-03-13 at 09:26 +0530, P.P.Karthi keyan wrote:
> I just typed the command ctrl-c to escape. It again shows the same
> thing. 
> Awaiting for your reply.


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