Following the instructions that are given in the official docs fails. And all of the things that you say are not the case are precisely the case. There are a few comments on this very page reporting the issue on fresh install. And it looks like tomdkat converted from a UEFI install to a BIOS/CSM type install. http://mediacount.net/not-found/error-symbol-not-found-grub.html
If grub outright failed to install, then there *may* be a bug. If Windows is pre-installed you could not reinstall Windows in BIOS mode as it is only configured and licensed for UEFI. This second boot attempt failed and the system displayed a message it couldn't find a valid OS to boot and instructed me to insert proper boot media. There are basically two different ways that you can get at your fresh Ubuntu 14.04/14.10 installation.
Browse other questions tagged boot dual-boot grub2 grub-efi or ask your own question. After a next update, instead of grub-rescue, I could only hear annoying beep sounds, occurring every 2 seconds (lasting for infinite time). Did people in China resort to cannibalism during the reign of Mao? Non Efi Core2duo machine seems unnafected, and boots propperly Changed in grub2 (Ubuntu): status: Invalid → Confirmed Gannet (ken20001) wrote on 2014-04-18: #19 Recently upgraded 13.10 --> 14.04 and after first
For more information and complete instructions . . . If this is not the case for you, then you can try modifying the instructions below, but they may or may not work. I've tried re-installing Ubuntu 14.04 from a live DVD without success. Grub Rescue Commands Shell grub-install --recheck /dev/sda 1 grub-install --recheck /dev/sda Проверить корректность установки можно так.
I have tried many of the suggestions in that bug report and none of them helped. Boot-repair-disk I have a working 13.10 VM that boots using /boot on /sda1, and a number of other disks that are tied together using LVM. Bay Area Beans 248 DistroUbuntu Re: Ubuntu 14.04 upgrade error: "symbol 'grub_term_highlight_color' not found" Originally Posted by oldfred You could try some of the suggestions in this bug report. Mathias Dietrich (theghost) wrote on 2014-04-05: #8 @Samuel Taylor: Please read the comments above, there are multiple ways on how to fix it.
I'm trying to figure out where the "good" (updated) copy of grub is installed, and where the "bad" (outdated) one is, because, if I understand correctly, I need to tell dpkg-reconfigure Adv Reply April 29th, 2014 #8 pa-card View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message First Cup of Ubuntu Join Date Apr 2014 Beans 2 Re: Ubuntu 14.04 upgrade error: "symbol Grub Rescue Grub_term_highlight_color Not Found Error: symbol ‘grub_term_highlight_color' not found Entering rescue mode. Boot From Grub Rescue After the utility completed, I was able to successfully boot the system.
You are just making stuff up, and > dismissing people's problems solely on the basis of your > fabrications. check over here The EFI/UEFI stuff caused problems again, but at least I can boot it again now. A robust OS (like any robust piece of software) cheks things and warns you if it's going to break. Because it's clear that if I'm going to wait for the bug to be fixed it's going to be forever. Super Grub Disk
The problem is that Ubuntu Trusty (14.04) and Ubuntu Utopic (14.10) both include buggy versions of Grub. I then went on to erase and reinstall ubuntu. Ningfei Li (ningfei) wrote on 2014-04-18: #20 As pointed out by Peng (pengwg) at #2, this might be confirmed a bug of grub 2.02. his comment is here Peace...
boot dual-boot grub2 grub-efi share|improve this question edited Jul 19 '15 at 17:01 asked Jul 19 '15 at 16:06 0x4a6f4672 2032410 add a comment| 3 Answers 3 active oldest votes up That points to this bug. And here, there are definitely things that can, and hence should, be controlled, and that are not being controlled, hence a bug.
If I happened to touch something wrong, it was because I was forced to touch things that I shouldn't even have had to touch. > Colin reopened this report is because But it didn't work. This has been a painful learning experience, but a learning experience, nonetheless. Boot-Repair also can help run a full purge & reinstall of grub2 which may also work.
I tried Boot-repair --- no success. Swarog (swarogdark) on 2014-04-19 Changed in grub2 (Ubuntu): status: Invalid → Confirmed Douglas Fink (doug1654) wrote on 2014-04-19: #38 By the way running dpkg-reconfigure grub-pc and installing grub to install to Like many others, I ran into the "symbol 'grub_term_highlight_color' not found" problem, documented in this bug report: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+s...2/+bug/1289977 I managed to get the system booting by booting an Ubuntu GNOME 13.10 http://mediacount.net/not-found/error-symbol-not-found-grub-env-export.html Installing grub to the wrong place because you > manually chose it is not a bug.
A lot of people may have broken something > in their grub that was exposed during the upgrade, but what about the > others that found the problem with a plain If you manually run grub-install instead of going through dpkg-reconfigure, it will break on upgrade. You are then presented with the following: 'error:symbol 'grub_term_highlight_color' not found Entering rescue mode... This second boot attempt failed and the system displayed a message it couldn't find a valid OS to boot and instructed me to insert proper boot media.
Most users have these problems because Grub was automatically installed and upgraded, they had not configured it by hand. This will invoke the command "grub-install /dev/sda" automatically then and every time needed. error: symbol 'grub_xpuls' not found3Insmod error in grub: symbol not found:grub_realidt0Dual-boot system stopped booting to both SO3symbol 'grub_isprint' not found, error on boot, cannot use computer1Failed install of 14.04 which has This is because the Ubuntu people decided to include beta versions of Grub 2.02 in both Trusty and Saucy. (Why this was done, especially for an LTS release is not quite
You can NOT demand from a user to run dpkg commandos, or even know about dpkg. If the rEFInd USB flash drive or CD-R works, you could install the PPA or Debian package to your hard disk. There was no default chosen for me (I expected to find /dev/sda as default). This system does not have Windows installed at all, even though I do have the Windows 8 installation media if I need to have Windows installed to get Ubuntu to install
Last edited by oldfred; April 27th, 2014 at 04:35 PM. This will bypass GRUB, which can be finicky sometimes. –Rod Smith Jul 22 '15 at 1:07 Hmmh, sudo update-grub does not help :-( –0x4a6f4672 Jul 24 '15 at 19:59
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