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  1. #31

    Dissolved the problem.
    I must tell you : You are extraordinary.
    After I delete (hd0,0) the suse reboot properly.

  2. #32
    Dear yancek,thanks a lot
    I must tell : You are extraordinary
    Thank you.Good luck.

  3. #33
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    Oct 2007
    Tucson AZ
    Glad you got it working. I don't know how that (hd0,0) got in your file?? Since you have two different versions of Grub with Suse Linux having Grub Legacy (more stable) and Ubuntu having Grub2 (able to do more than with Legacy) it is easy to run into problems. It might be a good idea to google gnu grub manual and bookmark the Grub Legacy and Grub2 manuals. The Ubuntu site also has a good tutorial on Grub2. Just google ubuntu grub2 tutorial to get it. Links below are for Grub and Grub2 tutorials which I have found to be very helpful.

    GRUB bootloader - Full tutorial

    GRUB 2 bootloader - Full tutorial

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