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anyway, i just used the livecd to edit it, i removed the = from timeout but its still at 4 seconds...
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    anyway, i just used the livecd to edit it, i removed the = from timeout but its still at 4 seconds

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    Hmmm.. You didn't mount linpus partition earlier. Isn't Linpus booting up properly? You should edit grub.conf file after booting up Linpus only.
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    mount it from livecd? i did, and linpus is booting normally

    this is what i did

    after booting from livecd and opening a terminal, i typed

    mkdir linpus
    sudo mount -t ext3 /dev/hdc1 linpus
    sudo nano linpus/boot/grub/grub.conf

    did i do it right?

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