DragonFly users List (threaded) for 2011-11
Re: partition invalid or corrupt
Just for info ...
I've a strange problem with Grub.
Indeed, when I unplug the disk1 (netbsd, freebsd and fedora) from my
motherboard, I can boot with DFbsd from disk2.
It sounds that the problem is coming from Grub and his ability to see
the DFbsd partition.
I'm running on an AMD 64 bit, but Fedora (managing grub) is a 32bit
installation. Does this could be the cause ?
Then why I've never had issues with other BSD systems ?
I've downloaded the DFbsd32 bit!
I'm continuing investigation :-(
Any indea are welcome ;-)
On Fri, Nov 11, 2011 at 6:36 AM, william opensource4you
> I'm willing to give a try to dragonfly, but grub does not boot it ;-(
> I have 2 disks: Disk 1 contains netbsd and freebsd on primary
> partitions (p1, p2) and Linux on secondary partition (p5). Disk 2 has
> pcbsd on primary partition (p1), and I've prepared a 15GB partition
> (p2) for dfbsd..
> I'm using an iso of dfbsd 2.10.1 and follow the installation
> procedure. I'm selecting ufs for this partition and.skip the
> installation.of boot0cfg.
> All rest is going well.
> In my grub (managed by my linux: last fedora) I've put (same as for
> netbsd and freebsd):
> Root (hd1,1,a)
> Chainloader +1
> But, when booting, i receive a message saying "partition table invalid
> or corrupted "
> I cannot mount my dfbsd neither from Linux, neither from netbsd nor
> freebsd. But by rebooting with the dfbsd cdrom, i can mount my
> partition 2 of the disk 2 !!!
> Does it means that the partition is good ?
> I've rerun the grub-install. But this has no effect.
> Within the dfbsd mailing list i see that several persons are using
> grub too without problems.
> Does someone can guide me ?
> Why does grub see correctly my freebsd and netbsd partitions, even
> pcbsd one, and not dfbsd?
> Thanks for.your.advice