Install Grub with Live CD

23 мая 2014 г. от Johan

Some simple steps to install/recover Grub with a Linux Live CD/USB after installating another operating systems or when Grub doesn't load. It has been tested with Ubuntu and Debian.

First of all boot your Linux Live CD/USB, open Terminal and enter following commands:

  1. This command for root permissions:

    sudo -i
    
  2. Check the drives number in Partition Manager:

    fdisk -l
    
  3. Select the drive where your Linux installation resides. Change sda with your hard drive (it can be sdb, sdc, etc) and the 1 with your drive number:

    mount /dev/sda1 /mnt
    mount --bind /dev /mnt/dev/
    mount --bind /sys /mnt/sys/
    
  4. This command will chroot into your installation:

    chroot /mnt
    
  5. Install Grub and change sda with the hard drive where you want to install Grub:

    grub-install /dev/sda
    
  6. Optionally you might want or need to rebuild the Grub menu:

    update-grub
    

Now the installation is finished. Reboot your pc and Grub is back. That's it!

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Saved my Lubuntu install

My laptop wouldn't install grub during installation, but following these instructions my Lubuntu installation is working now. Thank you so much!

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