I have an issue trying to boot my Linux from GRUB2...
I have my partitions this way
/dev/sda6 = /
/dev/sda7 = /boot
sda6 and sda7 are logical partitions, using ext4. These are "logical" from /dev/sda3 which is an extended partition.
Partitions are all MBR style.
I have this grub script menu script:
set root=(hd0,msdos7) #tried also with (hd0,7) linux vmlinuz-linux root=/dev/sda6 initrd initramfs-linux.img
When trying to boot I get:
Booting a command list error: invalid file name 'vmlinuz-linux' error: you need to load the kernel first Press any key to continue...
What the hell is this?!?
Try using UUIDs or partition labels as explained in the wiki. Also check that the name of the linux kernel (vmlinuz-linux) is correct, and that you have it stored really in the sda7 partition, and not under a directory /boot in partition sda6.
linux /vmlinuz-linux root=/dev/sda6 # ^ initrd /initramfs-linux.img # ^
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