GRUB hangs on boot
I didn't want to install grub on my mbr, so I created a boot partition. After fc4 finished installing, I restarted and it automatically loaded XP. So, I find these instructions from a gentleman named Shams website:
How do I set it up so that GRUB boots, but without doing it on the MBR?
That usually means that grub is configured to look for "/boot" or “/” in the wrong partition.
The easy fix is to “reinstall” grub natively as is described in the Grub Manual ( http://www.gnu.org/software/grub/man...l#Installation ) using the “find ...”, “root ...” and “setup ...” grub commands, in that order. In your case, the final command will be something like:
grub> setup (hd0,2)
for the situation where /boot/grub/grub.conf is located in /dev/hda3. This would install grub “to the first sector of the boot partition”.
Alternatively, the “GRUB” error may mean that there is a problem with the /boot/grub/grub.conf configuration.
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