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  • Reinstalling the GRUB Boot Loader on Dedicated Server

    Hello All,
    Below mentioned are the steps to reinstall a corrupted or mistakenly deleted grub (for RedHat and CentOS systems only) using the rescue mode ::

    1> Boot the system from any boot installation medium like a RedHad #1 CD-ROM or a Flash Drive, etc.

    2> Use the linux rescue command as shown below at the installation prompt to enter the rescue environment:
    linux rescue

    3> Type the command below to mount the root partition:
    chroot /mnt/sysimage

    4> Type the command below to reinstall the GRUB boot loader, where /dev/hda is the boot partition.
    /sbin/grub-install /dev/hda
    *where /dev/hda is the boot partition

    5> Go through the /boot/grub/grub.conf file once again, as additional entries may be needed for GRUB so as to make any custom changes there (like controlling another installed operating system)

    Step 6> Finally, reboot the system

    NOTE :: Use the above mentioned steps at your own risk :wink:
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  • #2
    Hey thats very nice info dude !!! Thank you very much. It's going to help, err... rescue a lot of folks
    Rock _a.k.a._ Jack Daniel

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    • #3
      Rock :: Hey thats very nice info dude !!! Thank you very much. It's going to help, err... rescue a lot of folks
      Thanks for your appreciation Rock
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      • #4
        Hi,

        That's very nice to hear. I hope you have more positive news in the near future.

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        • #5
          in case of ubuntu and open suse 11 is also follows the same rules or not ?

          can any one give the configuration procedure for telnet server in fedora core 9

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          • #6
            can any one give this configuration proceedure it is very very urgent for me

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            • #7
              Originally posted by JOHNSON View Post
              in case of ubuntu and open suse 11 is also follows the same rules or not ?

              can any one give the configuration procedure for telnet server in fedora core 9
              Yes, they follow the same course..
              Originally posted by JOHNSON View Post
              can any one give this configuration proceedure it is very very urgent for me
              Please let us know what exact procedure do you require?
              Rock _a.k.a._ Jack Daniel

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              • #8
                Thank you so much for sharing, i was really looking for.

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