Grub Issue Solved!

Nathan Coulson conathan at gmail.com
Tue May 24 09:03:08 PDT 2005


> am confused a lot with this issue........how come suddenly hd0 changed
> to hd1 and vice-versa and when it came in selecting root partition how
> it reversed back ??

Grub uses the Bios to obtain the #'s for the drives.  Here, setting
the bios to boot drive b, would make /dev/hdb == hd0.

There are probably a few billion other reasons it would swap them
around...  but offhand that is the only one I am familiar with.

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