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howtos:slackware_admin:booting_install_from_hdd [2012/10/24 13:35 (UTC)]
hazel [GRUB-legacy]
howtos:slackware_admin:booting_install_from_hdd [2012/10/25 09:00 (UTC)]
bormant [GRUB-legacy]
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   initrd /​boot/​swsetup/​initrd.img   initrd /​boot/​swsetup/​initrd.img
 </​file>​ </​file>​
-<​note>​(hd0,​1) means the //second partition// (this is not a typo, GRUB-legacy ​calls the first partition ​0) on the //first drive// (i.e. ''/​dev/​sda2''​). You can find the right value in the "''​root''"​ command in the section used to boot your system; or else consult with [[http://​www.gnu.org/​software/​grub/​manual/​legacy/​grub.html|GRUB-legacy manual]]. </​note>​+<​note>​(hd0,​1) means the //second partition// (this is not a typo, GRUB-legacy ​numbers partitions from 0) on the //first drive// (i.e. ''/​dev/​sda2''​). You can find the right value in the "''​root''"​ command in the section used to boot your system; or else consult with [[http://​www.gnu.org/​software/​grub/​manual/​legacy/​grub.html|GRUB-legacy manual]]. </​note>​
 <​note>​If you use a separate partition for ''/​boot'',​ then you must remove "/​boot"​ from any pathnames.</​note>​ <​note>​If you use a separate partition for ''/​boot'',​ then you must remove "/​boot"​ from any pathnames.</​note>​
  

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