Patrick Dupre wrote: > Hi Mikkel, > > I am not sure about what you said. > Even not saying root (), grub should find the image if device.map is > correct ? > Anyway, I tried what you said by setting root (hd1,4), but stil it does > only find the image on hd0,7 !! > What I am saying is that the root directive must point to where the kernel and initrd are on the disk. Do you have the vmlinuz-184.108.40.206-88.fc7 kernel in the /boot directory on /dev/sdb5? It might help if you post /etc/fstab of the new F7 install. You may have a separate /boot partition, and that will change things. In any case, when you update the kernel on either F7 install, you are going to have an interesting time booting until you update then kernel on the other one. There are other ways to manage this, but lets take things one step at a time and get what you are trying here working, and you understanding what is going on. One other point - you should really upgrade to a newer version - F9 or F10. F7 has not been supported for 6 months, and F8 is also unsupported now. Mikkel -- Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for thou art crunchy and taste good with Ketchup!
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