Originally Posted by syg00
Do this from a terminal
then hit the <Tab> key. The shell should complete the directory name. If nothing happens, try hitting the <Tab> key twice in quick succession.
Hi there, Okay, I've done that and got this:
andyinmokum@debimint-li-3710 ~ $ cd Documents/Boot\ Info\ Script/./bootinfoscript
bash: cd: Documents/Boot Info Script/./bootinfoscript: Not a directory
andyinmokum@debimint-li-3710 ~ $
Just an update, EDDY1 has also been providing asstance. I've got to the point where when I boot up the system openSUSE appears in the Grub boot window under my Mint installation. However, when I try to boot into openSUSE I get a message that I need to load the kernel first. I thought that was what the boot loader did.