nitehawck wrote:I installed Sabayon to my USB hard drive with 3 partitions (boot, root, and swap). I have Vista installed on my internal hard drive with a Raid 0 configuration. I installed EasyBSD for dual booting. When I get to the dual boot menu and choose Sabayon i get a Hard Disk error from GRUB.
If I boot directly from the USB drive by changing the boot order in the BIOS, I get a GRUB command prompt. I managed to load the kernel and boot using these kernel and initrd commands. Linux starts booting and then asks me for the root. This is the weird part: I type in /dev/sdc2 and it complains. I type it in again and it works.
Is it possible to automate this so I don't have to type in the GRUB commands every time? Would this solve the dual booting issue as well...
Gujin is a PC boot loader which can analyze your filesystems.
It finds the Linux kernel images available, as well as other bootable partitions (for *BSD, MS-DOS, Windows, etc.) and files (*.kgz), and displays a graphical menu for selecting which system to boot.
Because it understands the structure of Linux kernel images, Gujin does not need LILO nor GRUB and can even load very big kernels.
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