|Art Alexion on 11 Sep 2010 20:59:23 -0700|
On Sat, Sep 11, 2010 at 11:19 PM, Gordon Dexter <email@example.com> wrote:
You wouldn't happen to be having this issue, would you?:
No, there isn't a Windows partition, and I think it is grub 1. That is, it was grub 1 until the latest Ubuntu update broke it.
Yeah, I've been upgrading Kubuntu on this machine since 7.10, and it really seems to have a lot of other problems. I have never used any of the beneficial features of lvm (It was a default install, I believe) and it has only caused problems as this is the second time I have had grub problems.
I'll try the ubuntu live as that is probably what I will end up installing.
Yes, that is what I usually do, but for some reason, didn't do it on this machine. I understand I no longer need to configure a separate /boot partition now, with grub2.
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