Originally Posted by Ritwick Chakraborty
ahh... well. I guess my mint installation was corrupt somehow. cause yesterday I got really pissed off and decided to reinstall Mint. But then I saw that the boot cd is corrupt. So switched to gOS now. So far so good. but touch wood....
Huh, never heard of gOS before. I'm checking it out on their website and it looks great. Good luck!
Originally Posted by pinged
i'm getting the ALERT! message /dev/disk/by-uuid/ bae9ell4a####### does not exist, dropping to a shell[/COLOR]
Perhaps the UUID in menu.lst is different than the UUID of your boot partition. Did you try doing what I did? (setting a partition label and mapping the partitions)
If, on the other hand, the problem has to do with the kernel, then I don't think I can help you.