9 years ago
Under dev. review
fix fsck from recovery from too
YES YES YES İ ONLY WANTİNG THİS
Yes! And some kind of kernel-repair. I'm going crazy....learning...then forgetting....should i push the easy button? Bite the bullet, start fresh? Lose all my settings? Ugghh.. Ill give it try. Or forums, here I come.
This is a very important feature and should be included by default.
Any steps to repairing kernel errors in live cd.
+1, I have needed this many times
Great idea, I needed this feature a few times...
Great suggestion. Put this in the live CD/DVD with a menu option.
A very good idea! Promoted!
Boot-repair will soon be available in repos. The site is not saying that it will be installed by default.
Yannubuntu also has Hybride OS which has boot-repair, grub customizer installed by default. If I remember correctly, there is one version Ubuntu-Secure-Remix (link is provided on boot-repair page) , which has following functionalities.
same functionalities as the normal Ubuntu 12.04 LTS CD, but also :
automatically backup of the MBRs when installing Ubuntu (Clean-Ubiquity), which is highly recommended for dual-boot Ubuntu-Windows (or MacOS)
integrates OS-Uninstaller (tool to uninstall any Operating System from your PC)
integrates Boot-Repair (tool to repair the PC boot)
Boot-Repair and OS-Uninstaller can be run from the Dash (the top-left Ubuntu logo).
I also did same mistake. Everytime I install a distro, I install GRUB in sda. I also have Ubuntu / Xubuntu. Whenever the kernel is updated (major or minor upgradation), grub-pc is reconfigured and Grub.cfg is re-created
Better would be to install only one grub in sda and all other grubs in sda'y' i.e. sda5, sda6, i.e. same / (root) partition where the OS is installed. So you will need to only update or reconfigure grub-pc of only one distro. Mint does not update kernel, so it's Grub stays for long time, except it's overwritten by another grub of another distro or grub is updated to latest version.
even ubuntu will include boot-repair in their live cd in the near future, according to https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Boot-Repair
i think it should be included in the future release of Linux Mint as well. I've lost my GRUB after installing Fedora (Fedora's GRUB replaced Mint's GRUB).
i encounter this problem. and yes, i agree 100%. plus make the disk can repair the installation just like a normal windows disk.
more info on boot-repair here https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Boot-Repair
I have run into various problems with boot over the years and some sort of built in repair tool would certainly be very useful. +1
Excellent Idea !!!! I Promoting this Idea.-
A very good idea. You never know when you need this app.
A good idea that I promote.