Grub brings up command prompt
I've been trying lately to get a multi-boot running, and i've gotten windows installed on an 80GB hard disk, and my linux setup is running on a 160 GB disk. For a while i was able to boot to ubuntu by unplugging the windows drive until i could figure out how to get grub to recognize windows.
Anyway, now when i boot to linux, i get a grub prompt, and i cannot figure out how to boot from that. my /boot is a seperate partition, along with ubuntu and opensuse partitions and a seperate home. both distros share the same /home and /boot, but grub still wont boot.
When i attempt to use the command "kernel " followed by "boot", i get a kernel panic on the boot saying something about file system not synced. I am honestly at a loss as to how to boot either distro. Windows is beginning to get to me again!
Does anyone have ANY ideas. Im willing to try everything, as i DO NOT want to wipe that disk AGAIN.