#ubuntu - Wed 28 Feb 2007 between 06:15 and 06:23

NY Lost Funds



idefixozfrog, who me?
nisqyou mean /boot/grub/menu.lst?
ozfrogidefix - no alas, ME :)
nisq I do
I am having trouble setting the default kernel option on a dual O.S. system
nisqozfrog, you familiar with grub-install?
drumlinewhat's a good tool to capture/sniff emails and then reconstruct them?
ozfrogSince doing the last general update - it has had some option changed and now doesn't point to the preferred O.S. at boot time
points to ubuntu memtest86+ which never completes
I now have it pointing to the 1st menu item instead of the last
nisqozfrog... not sure what you be doing. I hand edit the menu.lst the do the grub-install /dev/hda
cbx33how can I totally disable cpu frequency scaling?
ozfrognisq - GRUB <is> installed already
nisq it's the default O.S. options I'm having trouble with.
nisqozfrog: default 0?
ozfrognisq no default = saved
bravelionhelp. a sony PDA of mine died. I had synced it to jpilot. I synced a fresh Palm pda to jpilot, thinking that the jpilot data will go to the Palm but now all my data is gone. help
i checked /.jpilot, but all the files are less than 1kb
is there a way to recover the data on my hard drive?
I'm so sad.
yommozfrog : did u try pressing e at the grub menu and selecting other root disk ? e.g. (hd0,0)
nisqI am trying. ??? I always have a floppy grub setup if anything goes bad..
ozfrognisq and the preferred O.S. has "savedefault" option, but GRUB still doesn't like it and points to the first O.S. on the list as if default = 0
nisqozfrog: maybe its over my head sorry
ozfrogyomm - no - just scrolled down to what I wanted
nisq no matter - thanks for trying
yommozfrog : try that and see if it boots anything
gbjkMorning
AnicianAnyone here use Ext2 Volume Manager?
ozfrogyomm it boots OK - it's just that it doesn't point to my preferred O.S. - always to the first on the list ( instead of the last )
d64sorry.. if anyone answered my raid question (on ahci, intel), i didn't see it, was disconnected for some time
yommozfrog : If you then find the right drive to boot , edit your /boot/grub/menu.lst accordinglt
ozfrog : If you then find the right drive to boot , edit your /boot/grub/menu.lst accordingly *
ozfrogyomm - yes - why I'm here
yomm I have edited the menu.lst as follows
yommozfrog : then u need to set default boot ::)
ozfrogdefault saved
Anicianhow come I can't tick "Permanent mount point" in Ext2 Volume Manager?
yommI think also in /boot/grub/menu/lst , but imm not 100% sure
ozfrogyomm and only O.S. that has the savedefault entry is the one I'd like to boot from

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