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not sure if this is what you need but it was under
And this is ls /boot/grub
device.map grub.conf minix_stage1_5 stage2
e2fs_stage1_5 iso9660_stage1_5 reiserfs_stage1_5 ufs2_stage1_5
fat_stage1_5 jfs_stage1_5 splash.xpm.gz vstafs_stage1_5
ffs_stage1_5 menu.lst stage1 xfs_stage1_5
Remember I'm real new to Linux and open source language
Need to give instructions step by step on how to find any info.
seems like we are playing a game where kidcurry cannot find cat (or grub.conf) and other members are hell bent on helping him find his cat
well thats the great spirit of this forum i love
coming to point, kidcurry try to browse around and get familiar with your filesystem. Locate grub.conf file and post the contents here please. (you can practically do so by browsing or using the command named "locate"). If you get permission denied while reading/opening the file then may be you can try using root login to read it, PROVIDED YOU DO NO MODIFY ANYTHING THEREIN! - be cautious with your root login !!