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comment grub-pc [rescue mode] error:unknown filesystem
So I had replaced "linux" by "fat 32" in the command insmod fat 32 and i wonder if there an equivalent to the command normal to activate line edition and auto-completion
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comment grub-pc [rescue mode] error:unknown filesystem
fat32, I've just check this from "disk utility"
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comment grub-pc [rescue mode] error:unknown filesystem
By filesystem, I suppose you talk about something like FAT* NTFS ext* or something...
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comment grub-pc [rescue mode] error:unknown filesystem
The image is "ubuntu-12.04.1-desktop-i386.iso" it's located in the "Setup" directory (this diretory is in the root of the external drive). I had verify (using combinations of ls commands) the path. I'm not sure to understand your question... the image is on the external (hd2) and on the parttion msdos1 (there is only one partition on this external disk) and the partition where i want to install (reinstall in facts) precise pangolin id (hd1,msdos1) I don't understand what's the problem since I think I've followed correctly the steps.
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