So I have upgraded Ubuntu with the latest Kernel. But after the upgrade and after I rebooted Ubuntu, all I get is GRUB. How do I load Ubuntu again when all I have is GRUB?
I installed Ubuntu using wubi.
Thanks heaps for the help
If you get to a
This should give you the partition like (hd0,0). You can also use the
Of course, replace the parition identifier with whatever
Select the kernel image and initrd image, a pair which always needs to be used together. Luckily Ubuntu creates a pair of symlinks in the root directory which point to a working image and initrd. Note that you need to replace
This boots the selected kernel from the selected partition. Once you've managed to boot your system, you can use that to restore grub, as is detailed e.g. here.
Grub with Wubi
The above was premised on the assumption that Ubuntu was installed regularly, i.e. in its own separate partition. As you write, you used Wubi, which means you installed it to a large file on a Windows (NTFS) partition using a technique called "Lupin". I see no reason why this couldn't work in principle, though the process is more complicated. Here's the content of a
You'll need to adapt this to your particular case. In this snippet, taken from a 10.10 install, the
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