From the grub prompt you'll be able to specify the boot partition, kernel and initrd image to use and bootup Linux. However, you might find it simpler to use the linux install cd to boot to rescue mode and then edit the grub.conf file. The following instructions assume you are using a RedHat or Fedora distribution.
once you have booted with CD 1 of the installation media type the following at the prompt:
answer the questions that follow and specify 'Yes' when the prompt asks whether it should mount the linux installation under /mnt/sysimage.
When you are presented with the shell prompt simply undo the changes you made to grub.conf:
when your finished type 'exit' to reboot.
Last edited by SlackDaemon; 06-27-2006 at 05:06 AM.