Hi all. I recently reinstalled my windows which obviously obliterated GRUB, and I've been having more problems than usual getting it back. I've finally managed to get the actual GRUB boot screen however it doesn't find my Sabayon partition (which is stored on an LVM).
Going into the GRUB prompt I have been following:http://tuxers.com/main/instigating-a-manual-boot-from-the-grub-prompt/
and this works fine ( I call " linux /kernel*" rather than "linux /linuz*" though ) until it boots, at which point it brings up the error that the path I have used to the root is invalid (can't remember the exact code but can check if necessary).
The path I have been using is /dev/vg_sabayon/lv_root. My vg_sabayon has lv_root, lv_home and lv_swap.
However when I run "ls" GRUB also gives me, along with the standard (hdaX,X), the options (vg_sabayon-lv_root), (vg_sabayon-lv_home) and (vg_sabayon-lv_swap). Should I pass one of these as root instead? Or is there some other trick I'm missing?
Any help very very much appreciated, thanks!