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dcore:dcore_boot_and_installation_from_grub2 [2018/07/17 08:57]
sm8ps +naming convention details
dcore:dcore_boot_and_installation_from_grub2 [2018/07/17 09:12] (current)
sm8ps +labe "gpt"
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-If needed, take a look at the [[https://www.gnu.org/software/grub/manual/grub/html_node/Naming-convention.html|naming convention]] used by Grub2 for numbering drives and partitions. In short, drives are numbered from //zero// onward whereas partitions are numbered from //one// onward (and not from zero as was the case in previous versions of GRUB). Furthermore, the partition numbers for extended partitions are counted from //five// onward, regardless of the actual number of primary partitions on your hard disk. +If needed, take a look at the [[https://www.gnu.org/software/grub/manual/grub/html_node/Naming-convention.html|naming convention]] used by Grub2 for numbering drives and partitions. In short, drives are numbered from //zero// onward whereas partitions are numbered from //one// onward (and not from zero as was the case in previous versions of GRUB). Furthermore, the partition numbers for extended partitions are counted from //five// onward, regardless of the actual number of primary partitions on your hard disk. Finally, partitions on a GPT-partionied disk are labeled with "gpt" in front of the partition number.
   * Run ''sudo update-grub''.   * Run ''sudo update-grub''.
   * Reboot and select dCore from the GRUB2 menu.   * Reboot and select dCore from the GRUB2 menu.
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