Wednesday, December 20


I Got A Grub

Pray, does it boot?

Nnnnot really.


Look, if you go to my brother's computer shop in Padstow, he'll replace the operating system for you.

Okay, so after all that, it just sits there saying GRUB. Remarkable boot loader, GRUB. Beautiful plumage.

I don't think it liked booting from a software mirror for some reason. FC5 was perfectly happy with it. CentOS 4.4, on the other hand, promptly joined the bleedin' choir invisible.

Excuse me, this is irrelevant, isn't it?

Yeah, well it's not easy to pad these Python files out to 150 lines, you know.

See also: This.

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1 Of course, Martina, the development box is just reinstalled at home with CentOS 4.4, boots with Grub off a software mirror.

I have to go back to PPoE next week, and I'll take FC5_i386 with me, and probably a few other things too.  There has to be some combination that works.

Posted by: Pixy Misa at Wednesday, December 20 2006 04:33 AM (A9tur)

2 PPoE: gateway to evil.

Posted by: Kristopher at Wednesday, December 20 2006 11:40 AM (jcvPd)

3 So you program Python by modifying original Python scripts to adapt them to your current needs? That's quite a cool programming language! I had no idea that Palin was such a computer genius...

Posted by: Steven Den Beste at Wednesday, December 20 2006 02:54 PM (+rSRq)

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