I'm new to Linux, so if anyone can propose a theory as to what just happened (and how to fix it), it'd be great.
I shutdown Linux normally just last night; I didn't change ANY system settings (or ANYTHING else for that matter) before I shutdown. Now, for some reason known only to Linux, the system won't boot, and I'm being thrown into the Grub boot loader command line (normally, Linux would just boot automatically).
And it gets worse: I can't boot from Grub either, cause when I type 'boot' it tells be the kernel must be loaded, and if I then type 'kernel', it tells me the path must be specified (but I have no idea what the path is, cause I just installed Linux for the first time in my life three days ago). Aside from that, I don't know what the other Grub commands do so I don't want to mess with them just yet.
This OS is seriously starting to annoy me...Where the HELL did this come from? I'm baffled...I didn't touch a damn thing...