Problem in booting RH Linux 9
Date: 9 Nov 2003 20:12:50 -0800
I have a dual-boot machine with Windows 2000 & RH Linux 9 installed.
Everything was working fine until, I found that 3GB space was
unallocated in the windows partition, so I formatted it as NTFS.
Then, when I restarted my machine, I was taken to the grub> prompt
instead of the option to select the OS (Linux/DOS).
Then I managed to boot into Windows 2000 using the following set of
Windows 2000 is in hda1.
grub > rootnoverify (hd0,0)
grub > chainloader +1
grub > boot
Kindly guide me by helping me boot into RH Linux 9 (UI based) from the
grub prompt. As far as I remember, Linux is in hda2.
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