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El Presidente 2

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  • El Presidente 2
    RE: help me
    you problem is grub, use a live distribution The first thing to do is start the live-cd and open a terminal. Then write the following to see the partitions on the drives: $ Sudo fdisk-l Then we see which is the partition where Ubuntu and we got on / mnt (in most cases, this partition is sda1, the example I will make that partition but look what your partition with the fdisk command): $ Sudo mount / dev/sda1 / mnt Now mount the other devices: $ Sudo mount - bind / dev / mnt / dev And running the chroot command as root so that we access the file system of our old Ubuntu: $ Sudo chroot / mnt Finally load the Grub in the MBR by running the following command: # Grub-install - Recheck / dev / sda (Sda it should be replaced with the hard disk used to boot operating systems, almost always sda. Ojo! Not put the number of partition, only sda) Reboot and when to restart ubuntu (not the live-cd), we can adjust manually grub menu to display the boot menu in the new operating system we deleted the MBR, or let him do it automatically the following command: $ Sudo update-grub2 If the command does not work, you may need to install the package grub2: $ Sudo aptitude install grub2 Note. If you have a boot on separate partition After mounting the file system on / mnt (with the command sudo mount / dev/sda1 / mnt), you must also mount the boot partition with the following command: sudo mount / dev/sda2 / mnt / boot Note the commands are examples, you put the partition where you installed linux example here hd0: the first full disk, like hda or sda hd0, 0: is the first partition of first hard disk, like hda1 or sda1 hd0, 1: is the second partition of first hard disk, like hda2 or sda2 hd1, 2 is the third partition of second hard drive, like hdb3 or sdb3
    Link to this post 19 Jul 10

    you problem is grub, use a live distribution

    The first thing to do is start the live-cd and open a terminal. Then write the following to see the partitions on the drives:

    $ Sudo fdisk-l
    Then we see which is the partition where Ubuntu and we got on / mnt (in most cases, this partition is sda1, the example I will make that partition but look what your partition with the fdisk command):

    $ Sudo mount / dev/sda1 / mnt
    Now mount the other devices:

    $ Sudo mount - bind / dev / mnt / dev
    And running the chroot command as root so that we access the file system of our old Ubuntu:

    $ Sudo chroot / mnt
    Finally load the Grub in the MBR by running the following command:

    # Grub-install - Recheck / dev / sda
    (Sda it should be replaced with the hard disk used to boot operating systems, almost always sda. Ojo! Not put the number of partition, only sda)

    Reboot and when to restart ubuntu (not the live-cd), we can adjust manually grub menu to display the boot menu in the new operating system we deleted the MBR, or let him do it automatically the following command:

    $ Sudo update-grub2
    If the command does not work, you may need to install the package grub2:

    $ Sudo aptitude install grub2

    Note. If you have a boot on separate partition
    After mounting the file system on / mnt (with the command sudo mount / dev/sda1 / mnt), you must also mount the boot partition with the following command:

    sudo mount / dev/sda2 / mnt / boot

    Note the commands are examples, you put the partition where you installed linux

    example here
    hd0: the first full disk, like hda or sda
    hd0, 0: is the first partition of first hard disk, like hda1 or sda1
    hd0, 1: is the second partition of first hard disk, like hda2 or sda2
    hd1, 2 is the third partition of second hard drive, like hdb3 or sdb3

  • El Presidente 2
    RE: Compiz in Ubuntu 10.04
    I use kubuntu, KDE desktop effects, compiz has its own and is easy to configure
    Link to this post 19 Jul 10

    I use kubuntu, KDE desktop effects, compiz has its own and is easy to configure

  • El Presidente 2
    RE: Using linux with windows
    I've never tried using windows and linux together, linux has nothing to envy anyone, I have always used linux alone and sometimes with other Unix-based operating system
    Link to this post 19 Jul 10

    I've never tried using windows and linux together, linux has nothing to envy anyone, I have always used linux alone and sometimes with other Unix-based operating system

  • El Presidente 2
    RE: iso
    I use Kubuntu 10.04
    Link to this post 18 Jul 10

    I use Kubuntu 10.04

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