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Change “boot VGA” device on Linux

I have two graphics cards (Radeon HD 5750 and Radeon X800 GT/SE), 5750 is in the first PCI-Ex slot, so it's used as the primary graphics card by BIOS and subsequently by grub2, Linux and X server. ...
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Ubuntu 12.04, after reboot, ping but don't have any service up ( ssh / apache )

I need a little help, I just reboot a ubuntu server 12.04 without any special modification, it doesn't start anymore, I have a ping return but connection refused on SSH and apache is not started Here ...
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How to extend /boot which is not on lvm

I have a machine with 100 mb boot partition but for installing new kernel with other module it needs additional 50 MB. How can i extend it its not on LVM. If i attach new disk and copy whole content ...
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How to make a bootable USB out of my VPS?

I copied a backup of my entire VPS (Debian on OpenVZ) on a USB drive, and want to boot from this USB to test something on my server (in fact its duplicate). However, there is no nothing in the boot ...
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How to force Debian to boot new Kernel?

I'm running Debian 6, Debian GNU/Linux, with Linux 2.6.32-5-amd64 under Grub2 ( 1.98+20100804-14+squeeze1) on a remote system (no possibility to view the pre-boot messages). I compiled and installed a ...
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Setup grub2 on a GPT software raid 3 TB HDD

I like to setup grub2 on a GPT softare raid 3 TB HDD. Number Start (sector) End (sector) Size Code Name 1 2048 1050623 512.0 MiB FD00 Linux RAID 2 ...
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How to boot GRUB2 so it mounts “root” on a different drive (remote server without kvm switch)

Summary: I created a copy of the root file system on a raid array (with one disk on it), and im trying to get the system to boot off that newly copied drive. Background: 2 disks of same size in ...
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How to install grub on multiple disks?

I have weird situation - order of disks as reported by BIOS, is different than order of disks that Linux sees. Which makes for problematic run - grub installs to sda, but bios boots from sdd or ...
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grub2 does not find /boot on RAID1 md0 device

I have RAID1 md0 for /boot consisting of 4 partitions (sda2, sdb2, sdc2, sdd2). I'm using GPT on 2TB HDDs, so first partitions on each disk (sda1, ...) are 1-megabyte bios_grub partitions. I also ...
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Update Grub on Squeeze - Kernel downgrade due VMware Server [closed]

I happen to run into various problems regarding grub and kernels. I don't really care about the kernel internas. All I want is VMware server in that dedicated root-server. 1.) What is a bzImage vs. ...
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Debian update to Grub2 boot problems

I recently installed Debian Lenny on a VM and ran all apt-get updates which also upgraded Grub to version 2. I followed all the instructions (as best as I could) and everything works fine except it ...
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Detect CPU during boot

I like to be able to detect the cpuinfo from during boot using grub2. Can this be done? What function should I call? Is there a manual that lists all of the function available to the grub2 env?