Problems with GRUB
Hello everyone! I am not new to linux or computer music but am new to Studio64. I have used Jacklab and Ubuntustudio for music, and alot of other distros for general use. Debian architecture is a bit new to me, as I have used mainly rpm systems so far. I have installed the 32bit version of 2.1 - at the end of the install when it tries to install the bootloader it refuses to comply. It gives a fatal error, I have tried various locations including floppy, but to no avail. So I just backed out and finished the installation. I checked md5sums, and re-burnt the disc at 1x and re-installed. I downloaded version 3.0 and couldn't even finish the install procedure (md5sum ok) I don't really wish to use the 3.0alpha but hoped to be able to get a bootable version with a grub I could keep. I am attempting to set it up in a multiboot environment with Ubuntu studio and CentOS; the existing GRUB is from the Ubuntu studio distro... so I attempted to edit the appropriate menu.lst. title Studio64 uuid 3e648608-9622-43bd-855d-ea0166a84e96 kernel vmlinuz-2.6.21-1-multimedia-486 # root=UUID=3e648608-9622-43bd-855d-ea0166a84e96 initrd initrd.img-2.6.21-1-multimedia-486 I used a UUID number as ' root (hd1,2)' couldn't find the partition, now I'm getting an error that the filename is not found. Can anyone provide a menu entry from a booting system please? I could then check my menu.lst and try again. From browsing the forum previously, I suspect that the version of grub I am using is incompatible with Studio64? Is there a version that would be more compatible that I can install? Thanks in advance, really excited about kicking some choons together!