I probably screwed up my Ubuntu installation, want to know if it's possible to repair it without a re installation.
I was trying to install virtualbox 4.2 on my Ubuntu machine (to run a windows VM to root my phone, that's a whole nother issue). Only issue is my computer probably won't be able to handle a Virtual Machine, but I wanted to see if it could (it's outdated).
It almost completes installation, then my PC freezes and reboots.
This is when I get the error, when attempting to boot up Ubuntu:
Error mounting /boot. It only gives me the option to run a shell command or skip, and when skipping boots into my 'desktop' with no graphic drivers/unity running.
I attempted to run boot-repair from the Live CD (as in 'try ubuntu' and running it from that machine), but am unable to chroot.
Any suggestions? I don't mind trying anything because I can just reinstall from scratch, just annoying having to download the drivers and things I had working.