Just recently, I installed Ubuntu on my laptop. I am dual booting ubuntu along side of Windows 7, in which ubuntu is dedicated 22 GB and Windows is dedicated the rest. So like the normal startup, you select either Ubuntu or 7 and the OS's boot is launched from there. However, within the last couple of days, when I select Ubuntu to boot with, it opens a GRUB menu. Here are the commands I've tried to enter in sequence, which was unsuccessful.
grub>ls grub>set root=(hd0,msdos3) grub>linux /vmlinuz ro root=/dev/sda1 "File /vmlinuz not found." grub>Initrd /initrd.img "You must load the kernel first." grub>boot "You must load the kernel first."
I obtained this list of commands from an outside website, and honestly haven't really ever used grub before, so I don't really know what I'm doing. Especially considering I'm not quite familiar with Linux yet. So please try to dumb it down for me if you can.
So basically two questions come up: What happened to /vmlinuz and how do I load the kernel?
Thank you in advance.