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    Hello everyone,

    I'm now tring to use grub2@Ubuntu10.04 load snow leopard (10.6) but failed.
    Is there anyone knows how to pass "-v -x32 cpus=1" to the kernel through grub2?

    Because when I tried to use grub2 load snow leopard, it always said "Error: No specified module, no specified mode, Boot in blind mode" I don't know what does it mean.



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    Quote Originally Posted by qhgary View Post
    Hello everyone,

    I'm now tring to use grub2@Ubuntu10.04 load snow leopard (10.6) but failed.
    Is there anyone knows how to pass "-v -x32 cpus=1" to the kernel through grub2?

    Because when I tried to use grub2 load snow leopard, it always said "Error: No specified module, no specified mode, Boot in blind mode" I don't know what does it mean.
    Hi,

    I think I came across that grub2 question sometimes back. It is tricky but I can't recall the details.

    Have you ever thought about the other way around? Using Chameleon to boot Grub2. It seems to be easier.

    Cheers,
    Last edited by ratvn; 05-25-2010 at 06:58 AM.

 

 

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