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    Question Option "Repair System" does not exist in openSUSE 11.3

    Hello friends, I am new installing openSUSE and therefore need urgent repair an error.

    I am new to the forum and wanted to introduce myself, but with this error that urges me to solve, I will then

    Turns out I downloaded the openSUSE 11.3 DVD Full and well, I see that in the boot options, I do not see the option "Repair System", only:

    "Install"
    "Booting from Hard Disk"
    "Verify installation media"
    "Firmware Test"
    "Test Hardware"

    No more, and I see that everyone leaves the option, as in version 11.2, to "System Restore / Repair System"

    Is there any way to get it?

    I need to repair GRUB, as I appear, I had it in a logical partition and therefore I have GRUB errors, since the re-installation of windows and then deleting it, I thought of this.

    • Any way to get this option by the Live CD or what?
    • Is it a BUG in version 11.3?


    Thanks for your help, is simple and basic, but I have not do not know wh.

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    Default AW: Re: Option "Repair System" does not exist in openSUSE 11.3

    Does this work with any other LiveCD, for example puppy linux also? Because of considering the environment i dont like to burn another cd for the case of the case.

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    Default Re: AW: Re: Option "Repair System" does not exist in openSUSE 11.3

    Quote Originally Posted by Pilgervater View Post
    Does this work with any other LiveCD, for example puppy linux also? Because of considering the environment i dont like to burn another cd for the case of the case.
    You can use any live cd, assuming it has grub legacy
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    Default Re: Option "Repair System" does not exist in openSUSE 11.3

    Well, let me explain.

    I have 2 partitions, install openSUSE 11.3 first, as in other partition, / As Logica /, had installed the Windows 7. Delete the Windows 7 and wanted to install it, to retrieve some personal files and then install openSUSE there / It was the partition of more size /

    It gives me error that the installation of Windows 7 and I installed the MBR or not, since the start, tells me that / NO HARD DRIVE / or the boot failure.

    • GRUB does not read, does not read MBR. Do not read any of the 2. Try to install the GRUB in SUSE LIVE opensuse with a perfectly, I installed it, and still the same.


    I think that has to do to change the logical partition Windows 7 primary, but that also the openSUSE partition primary or extended.

    I would like to restore and maintain the openSUSE as primary, or primary ignition system.

    1. This can make it as?
    2. Any specific tool?
    3. But if I update openSUSE, I automatically repairs it not?
    4. O under openSUSE 11.2 and start the tool / repair / system?


    I await your answers and help, because I'm looking to start the opensuse. But if you upgrade, I do. I just want to save time.

    Thank you very much, Greetings!

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    Arrow Re: Option "Repair System" does not exist in openSUSE 11.3

    Quote Originally Posted by caf4926 View Post
    No repair any more. [...]
    As I understood it was dropped until openSUSE 11.3
    as nobody volunteered to maintain and constantly readjust the YaST2 repair system / systemrepair to changes of the programs to be repaired:
    [opensuse-factory] Any hero for yast2-repair?
    https://bugzilla.novell.com/show_bug.cgi?id=591832

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    (Hope I will not get slapped for only adding additional information and no really helping with real help in this subforum...;) )

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    Default Re: Option "Repair System" does not exist in openSUSE 11.3

    Quote Originally Posted by 1antares1 View Post
    Well, let me explain.

    I have 2 partitions, install openSUSE 11.3 first, as in other partition, / As Logica /, had installed the Windows 7. Delete the Windows 7 and wanted to install it, to retrieve some personal files and then install openSUSE there / It was the partition of more size /

    It gives me error that the installation of Windows 7 and I installed the MBR or not, since the start, tells me that / NO HARD DRIVE / or the boot failure.


    • GRUB does not read, does not read MBR. Do not read any of the 2. Try to install the GRUB in SUSE LIVE opensuse with a perfectly, I installed it, and still the same.



    I think that has to do to change the logical partition Windows 7 primary, but that also the openSUSE partition primary or extended.

    I would like to restore and maintain the openSUSE as primary, or primary ignition system.


    1. This can make it as?
    2. Any specific tool?
    3. But if I update openSUSE, I automatically repairs it not?
    4. O under openSUSE 11.2 and start the tool / repair / system?



    I await your answers and help, because I'm looking to start the opensuse. But if you upgrade, I do. I just want to save time.

    Thank you very much, Greetings!
    I may not be so experienced but I read this posting ca. 5 times and I am still wondering, primely :
    (1) Had you openSUSE 11.2 installed and working before you started the partition deleting thing?
    (2) Did you completely delete the former windows partition (also on the partition table) or only the content of the partition?
    (2a) Might the other patition just be named in an other way? (because of (2))
    (3) Have you jet your data saved?

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    Default Re: Option "Repair System" does not exist in openSUSE 11.3

    Either we have a language issue here or @ 1antares1 is having fun with us.

    @ 1antares1 - What language do you naturally speak?
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    Default AW: Re: Option "Repair System" does not exist in openSUSE 11.3

    I think his naturally language is Spanish. But i dont know how to speak that.

    Please guys and girls, dont use the google translator to communicate! Google translator is for translating texts for your own language to understand texts written in other language.
    But you cannot communicate with it, because the quality of the texts is awful.

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    Default Re: Option "Repair System" does not exist in openSUSE 11.3

    On 2010-09-24 12:36, Pilgervater wrote:
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    > I think his naturally language is Spanish. But i dont know how to speak
    > that.


    I can... but I don't understand a word of what he wrote. If he used an automated translator that
    would be the reason. I would suggest 1antares1 to use the Spanish forum (not in this server) or mail
    list instead.

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    Cheers / Saludos,

    Carlos E. R.
    (from 11.2 x86_64 "Emerald" GM (Minas Tirith))

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