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Distribution: Mandriva 2009 X86_64 suse 11.3 X86_64 Centos X86_64 Debian X86_64 Linux MInt 86_64 OS X
In the first place why are you doing a double post ?
Although the thread titles are different .
It is just a waste of our time.
Second can you find grub.cfg ?
Or menu.lst instead of grub.cfg if SLES is still using GRUB1
On my screen, this line: setup --stage2= /grub/stage2--force-lba (hd0,0) (hd0,0) looks like it's missing the space after the /grub/stage2, and that it has an extra space after the --stage2=. Either error would result th a "file not found" abort.
Also, GRUB (and GRUB2) files are usually found in /boot/grub rather than /grub unless /boot is a separate partition. (Which is often the case when / is on a RAIDed drive since GRUB1 had problems booting from a RAID setup.)
Well, the SuSE Linux Enterprise Server contains propitiatory setup and configuration tools and you should have support available as part of your $800/year subscription. So, why not contact Novell for help setting up your server?
I'm looking here for an answer to a similar problem. I also have full access to SLES support but sometimes find it easier to just ask the Linux community. The community is not getting paid to answer your questions and are generally more pleasant and faster to deal with.
you might want to start a new thread , this one is almost 3 years old
and include the exact errors and your hardware
I am guessing that this is SELS sp2
and that you are NOT installing a gui , nor xorg
also the original post is about a 32 bit pae install
is yours a 32 bit on a 64 bit server or a 64 bit SELS
if this server is a raid set up( likely) , depending on the hardware you might need a driver from novell
but without a lot more info , there can only be guesses