On Mon, Dec 22, 2008 at 01:07, Fernando Costa <jfcosta1(a)yahoo.com> wrote:
I recently installed openSUSE 11.1 on my multiboot system. I have four OS
and every one is booted from a boot partition, with 10.3, had no problems to
boot. The following are the lines under my menu.lst for booting openSUSE:
I got the following error message from grub
"error 2: bad file or directory type" I also tried to change the symlinks to
pint to the files but no luck.
The other systems boot normally just openSUSE is giving me that issue.
Did you ever
install oS11 on that machine? I am a relative newbie to oS
so take what I write with a pinch of salt. Having got that out of the way, oS
booting 'changed' with oS 11. You can no longer use 'olde' grub to boot
I chain load to the oS 11 grub and boot from there. Unfortunately, my home
machine is in the 'garage' for servicing, so I can't post my grub. I
do think that
if you install the oS11 grub, you should be able to boot the other systems with
that. However, you'll have to experiment a bit.
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