Installed OpenSuse 11.1 on my 2nd hard drive, unable to boot
I just installed opensuse 11.1 on my 2nd hard drive (installed as slave on IDE), read by the installation program as sdb. I made some free space on the hard drive (about 8 GB) separate from the Windows NTFS partition on it so that I could install Opensuse. I installed opensuse using the regular installer, using the partition-based installer because the LVM based gave me some red text. Then, the system rebooted, and the screen looked really weird (maybe x hadn't loaded yet), but then i restarted again, and it gave me GRUB error 21. So, I restored my windows mbr and put in my installation disk again and clicked repair. I asked it to reinstall the bootloader, but it said it could not find a root partition! I know that my hard drive was formatted because the partition manager said it was, but there was no /boot mountpoint or anything next to the ext3 paritions. It also said that both my ext3 partititons were corrupted, but wouldn't let me fix it because it said both were being used. What can I do to get to dual boot with Opensuse 11.1 installed on my second hard drive?