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howtos:slackware_admin:grub_on_first_install [2013/09/28 03:50 (UTC)]
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-====== Setting up Grub on install (without rebooting) ======+====== Setting up GRUB 2 on install (without rebooting) ======
  
-====== Sources ====== +There is GRUB in A series of Slackware-14.1. If you want to install GRUB immediately after install (and before restarting), ​below is a simple ​method that assumes you use traditional BIOS and MBR partitioning (if you plan to use GPT instead of MBR partitioning,​ refer to [[howtos:​slackware_admin:​installing_with_gpt_without_uefi#​grub_2|Grub 2 with GPT and a BIOS motherboard]] instead):
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-If you want to install GRUB immediately after install (and before restarting), ​here is a simple ​way:+
  
 After the message: After the message:
 "​Installation of Slackware Linux is complete."​ "​Installation of Slackware Linux is complete."​
-  $ mkdir /mnt/hd 
-  ​ 
-Mount your root partition, for example: 
-  $ mount /dev/sda3 /mnt/hd 
  
-Then chroot in: +chroot in: 
-  ​chroot /mnt/hd +  ​chroot /mnt 
-  ​grub-install /dev/sda +Then install GRUB: 
-  ​grub-mkconfig -o /​boot/​grub/​grub.cfg+  ​grub-install /dev/sda 
 +  ​grub-mkconfig -o /​boot/​grub/​grub.cfg 
 +<note important>​This assumes you are using the disk /​dev/​sd**a**,​ adjust if this is not the case.</​note>​ 
 +  # exit 
 +  # reboot
  
-GRUB will bark a warning at you like:  +Enjoy!
-  grep: /​proc/​mounts:​ No such file or directory +
-  Cannot find list of partitions(Try mounting /sys.) +
-Don't worry though, this is normal, this is just a result of chrooting.+
  
-  $ exit +P.S. Make sure to run: 
-  ​$ reboot+  ​# grub-mkconfig -o /​boot/​grub/​grub.cfg 
 +After every kernel upgrade.
  
-Enjoy!+====== Sources ====== 
 + 
 +  * Originally written by [[wiki:​user:​ryanpcmcquen | ryanpcmcquen]] 
 +  * Link to GPT article by [[wiki:​user:​ruario|ruario]]
  
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