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Re: Experiencing the Grub Error 17



Paul Smith wrote:
> 
> I have meanwhile been able to copy the entire /dev/sdc3 to /dev/sda1,
> and /dev/sdc2 to /dev/sda2. So the two logical volumes are now in
> /dev/sda (larger and faster disk). The device /dev/sda is a SATA disk;
> the other an IDE one.
> 
> I can boot in F7 in /dev/sda (the new disk) using the grub.conf in
> /dev/sda2 and the other volume in /dev/sda1. However, I always get the
> grub prompt when booting. I just need to run the command
> 
> configfile (hd0,1)/grub/grub.conf
> 
> and the machine starts booting correctly. The question now is: how can
> I avoid the grub prompt when booting?
> 
> Paul
> 
You can add the hiddenmenu option. Put it in the same section as the
timout option.

Mikkel
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