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[Bug 910947] Upgrade from 12.3 to 13.2 GRUB didn't start on a windows linux system
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  • Date: Sun, 01 Feb 2015 12:07:46 +0000
  • Message-id: <bug-910947-21960-xohn2v18uV@http.bugzilla.opensuse.org/>
http://bugzilla.opensuse.org/show_bug.cgi?id=910947

--- Comment #8 from Dietmar Gemsa <gemsa@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> ---
Dear Jiri,
today i started a new attempt to install 13.2.
After the selection of language and keyboard the install process showed the
volumes to work with them:

Format Partition /dev/sdb2 (20.00GiB) with btrfs
Create subvolume boot/grub2/i386-pc on device /dev/sdb2
Create subvolume boot/grub2/x86_64 on device /dev/sdb2
Create subvolume opt on device /dev/sdb2
Create subvolume srv on device /dev/sdb2
Create subvolume tmp on device /dev/sdb2
Create subvolume usr/local on device /dev/sdb2
Create subvolume var/crash on device /dev/sdb2
Create subvolume var/lib/mailman on device /dev/sdb2
Create subvolume var/lib/named on device /dev/sdb2
Create subvolume var/lib/pgsql on device /dev/sdb2
Create subvolume var/log on device /dev/sdb2
Create subvolume var/opt on device /dev/sdb2
Create subvolume var/spool on device /dev/sdb2
Create subvolume var/tmp on device /dev/sdb2
Use /dev/sdb1 as swap
Set mount point of /dev/sdb3 to home

Is this the source of error? GRUB2 has to use the master boot record of the
first phy. disk called sda. Only on this disk is the mbr and two NTFS-Windows
partitions.

Regards
Dietmar

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