The other day i accidentally started booting the opensuse installation on which i was running in a VM. Long story short, i have somehow lost the GUI for grub and get the text-based grub when i boot (weirder still, i get the grub command line when i boot a VM…?) i have tried reinstalling grub and all that, but no success. Does anyone know what’s going on?
Thanks in advance
Does anyone know what’s going on?
Honestly - NO
I’m struggling to get a handle on your situation.
Is this a problem booting a Virtual Machine?? I can’t quite figure this out:
The other day i accidentally started booting the opensuse installation on which i was running in a VM.
Haha, sorry about how i worded that.
Basically, i was running opensuse (my bootloader is set to boot opensuse by default), and started up a VM. VMware workstation then froze, and it started booting the opensuse that i was running natively.
I think that may have screwed something up, as i got some errors saying i had a corrupted filesystem etc etc. Long story short, i fixed all the errors with fsck but now for some reason i cant get a graphical grub menu…
As an added mystery, when i boot a VM i dont even get the text based grub menu, but just the grub command line.
Grub menu in Your SUSE system is in
post it’s contents here
you need to go su to read it