I have a mac mini server (2011). I installed Debian one year ago and
all was fine. I setup grub without problems, but some days ago the
computers was rebooted and I cannot boot it. I tried to reinstall grub,
but no success.
This is the configuration:
1. Mac mini server has two disks:
disk 1 (sda):
1: efi partition (original size, 210MB), fat32, "no flags"
2: /boot 200mb partition, ext2, "bios_grub flag"
3: md0 partition, ~rest of the disk "raid flag"
disk 2 (sdb):
1: efi partition (original size, 210MB), fat32 "boot flag"
2: swap (8GB), "no flags"
3: md0 partition, ~rest of the disk, "raid flag"
Partition tables use GPT.
2. I have refit installed. Refit boots and I can select the
3. Mac OS X is not installed (see disk partitions)
I can boot with usb drive and rescue disk, select it in refit, boot,
mount the raid as md0 and chroot it. I can install packages, mount the
partitions,... Full access.
I tried a lot of things:
1. Reinstall grub2
2. Install grub in the EFI and boot it with rEFIt
3. Purge grub and reinstall it.
4. Grub installed in the partition, in the mbr...
I got "GRUB loading." and stop. Or "GRUB" and stop.
Any help is welcome.
Is better use only grub without refit? When I run refit partition table
sync the partition table changes from GPT to standard MBR and I am not
sure if that is good.
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