I'm using a multiboot system on an Asus EeePC 901 and, in general, everything works fine.
However, I've run into a problem that seems to require me to upgrade the version of Grub in the MBR.
This machine came with Xandros Linux already installed and the Xandros grub is in the MBR.
I have subsequently installed some other (mostly Linux) OSes in different partitions and all of them boot through the Xandros Grub in the MBR.
I've just done a Frugal Install of Tiny Core Linux but the Xandros Grub refuses to recognize the /bzImage in the kernel line in menu.lst.
However, if I go into a Grub terminal in Ubuntu on the same machine, the TC /bzImage is recognized without problem.
So,what I would like to do is:
1)Check that the versions of Grub in Xandros and in Ubuntu on this machine are indeed different. So is there a command for this?
2) Assuming that the Xandros Grub is indeed an earlier version, I need to upgrade Grub in Xandros. I have tried a grub-install but get a strange error message repeated four times which says:
Could not find device for none
Grateful for any help