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Sun, 24 Jul 2005 22:04:19 -0500
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Hello all. I am totally new to GNU/HURD. I have hit a snag:
I created a 2 gb partition on my GNU/Linux box for GNU/HURD (hda2)
I downloaded, booted, and installed the mini iso.
Upon reboot, I receive the GRUB selection screen. When I pick GNU/HURD,
it reboots back to the selection screen.
Shouldn't the gnumach.gz be in /boot/grub? It's not. I thought the
install cd would set the kernel up. Should I unzip the kernel to
After rebooting, in the terminal I have:
# mke2fs -b 4096 -o hurd /dev/hda2
When I # mount -t ext2 /dev/hda2 /gnu it tells me that directory does
not exist. I did not see in the directions to create /dev/hda2/gnu.
For my partition hda2. Is this hda(0,1) for GRUB and hda0s2 for HURD?
I have read many documentations, but they seem disjointed to my newbieness.
Thank you for the help and opportunity to participate in free software:)
- newb troubles,
Kevin Bullock <=