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Re: Catch-22 : NO JOY



On Sat, 27 Dec 2008 17:57:46 -0600, Seann Clark wrote:
	[....]
> Ok, Grub can be awesome, and it can be the suck. The best way, that
> doesn't take a giant amount of effort, is to read the site first,
> download and burn the iso, and run as you read it.
> 
> http://www.supergrubdisk.org/index.php
> 
> This has helped me with a lot of Grub related issues, including ones
> that the  IRC room didn't seem to have a handle on (Where the F7 Rescue
> ISO didn't see the LVM and grub set up, F8 saw it, but would toast the
> F7 system) and using that I fixed the Grub issues I got (It wasn't as
> pretty as Grub_ it was no o/s found at all issues, but same ballpark,
> with stage 1 grub loading from what I have read on this).

	Well, I've now moused around that site, reading everything that 
seemed even faintly hopeful. 

	I regret to say it was worse that I thought. The most I could do 
anywhere was to read the words -- without getting the faintest glimmer 
what they were about. The writer(s) could hardly take more savvy for 
granted -- savvy I don't have and probably will never even approach.

	It happens that I began life as a pure mathematician (BA 1961); 
and it was SOP among my contemporaries to skip courses -- you got the 
book on the material next in sequence after what you were taking, studied 
it on your own, and got the prof's permission to skip a prerequisite by 
showing him you already knew the stuff.

	Once I took a good look at a book two or three levels ahead; this 
was like that -- a sheer blank wall.

	Seems to me I better try "upgrading" F10 to itself; and if that 
doesn't do it, maybe yum will work in rescue ...

-- 
Beartooth Staffwright, PhD, Neo-Redneck Linux Convert
Remember I know precious little of what I am talking about.


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