Help--what am I doing wrong (if anything?)
I already had a dual-boot system (installed by someone else) and I tried to turn it into a triple-boot, adding Mandriva 2007 to WinXP and Fedora. It... didn't work, and I wasn't able to use anything but Windows afterwards. So, I deleted the non-Windows partitions, and attempted to install Mandriva again. The installer at least finished the job this time, but now, I have another problem. Once the system finished installing and rebooting, I got the grub command line. Because I don't know the kernel address which was given during installation, I can't boot up Mandriva.
So, my questions are...
1) Why am I not getting a menu of choices, as I am supposed to, instead of the grub command line?
2) Can I find out what the kernel address will be during installation, so I can use the grub command line to boot, and then configure the grub.conf file?
3) And if the answer to question 2 is no... what the heck am supposed to do?