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I installed beta2, but the boot loader install wasn't succeed. I'd like
to install the boot loader to the boot record of the root filesystem (sda2).
It didn't show any error, but when I tried to reboot the system the
following error message displayed:
Filesystem type is ext2fs partition type 0x83
error 2: bad file or directory type
When I booted to repair system on the install dvd and tried to reinstall
the boot loader, the installer complained that /dev/sda2 didn't exist.
It exists, can be mounted and contains /boot/grub/menu.lst. The
installation of LILO also failed.
I can't install grub from 10.3 neither:
setup --prefix=/mnt/hda2/boot/grub (hd0,1)
~ Checking if "/mnt/hda2/boot/grub/stage1" exists... no
Error 2: Bad file or directory type
The stage1 file is there.
So, I can not boot to my freshly installed system.
How could I solve it?
Anyone else experienced this problem? If not I'll submit a bug report.
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