Can't modify my DoC anymore (pb with GRUB)
dwmw2 at infradead.org
Thu Nov 22 09:20:41 EST 2001
guillaume.david at mensi.com said:
I created the system as follow :
> ../util/nftl_format /dev/mtd0 98304
.. no reboot or rmmod nftl;insmod nftl here? If that worked, you were lucky.
> sfdisk /dev/nftla <<EOF
Er, what partitioning? If you have only one useful partition, why have a
partition table at all? Just use /dev/nftla for your filesystem.
> The real problem is that I can't boot my development system on hda1
> anymore because the disk-on-chip firmware intercepts the boot
What Grub presents you with isn't bash, it's a tiny command prompt which
allows you access to the Grub commands. You should be able to get Grub to
boot from the hard drive by telling it something like
chainloader = +1
I don't know why Grub isn't finding the menu. Maybe you need to set
the default boot_drive to match (dc0,0) ?
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