linux /boot not booting from bootstrap
ok, so I have debian installed on part of my machine. (grub is installed to /boot instead of mbr because I wanted bootstrap at the time) Then I installed freebsd and used bootstrap, which I find to be nice, and everything was going well. then I installed solaris on the remaining space. Then when I booted up, bootstrap wouldn't let me boot to linux's /boot partition so I am no longer able to boot into linux. I have removed solaris from my system but I still can't boot to linux.
What should I do about this. I need the stuff on that linux install. should I install some os like ubuntu or another debian on the space where solaris was and have it install grub to mbr and see if that works, or is there some way to manually edit bootstrap so that I can edit it to boot the linux /boot partition. all and any help welcome.
thanks in advance
ps. if in the wrong forum section, please move.
super grub if you posted your /boot/grub/menu.1st that could help. other wise super grub
In order to get a clearer picture of your setup related to your booting problem, how about downloading the Boot Info Script to a Live CD desktop, and then do the following as root user, but replace <username> with your user name:
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