How change GRUB command line to graphical interface?


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Question How change GRUB command line to graphical interface?

Hi, I am i new Unix linux user. I've installed the linux 9 and i uninstall it. the first time i install the linux, the GRUB show the graphical interface. But after i reinstall it again, the GRUB change to command line. I can't boot my comp now. What should I do? And i don't know how to deal with the command. HELP!

Smilie
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if you got something like this

grub>

then you have something wrong with you boot image
so you have to boot from the 1st cd
and go to rescue mode and reinstall grub backage again
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I have already reinstalled it, but it still remain

grub>


what should i do to prevent this happen?
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Try this:

Insert your first installation cd into your cd-rom / dvd rom.

reboot your computer

enter bios, set start with cdrom.

reboot.

when you enter the first install page, press F4, enter linux rescure mode.

setup basic info, go on. when shows sh#, type grub

grub>root (hdX,Y)
grub>setup (hd0)

X, Y is the variable of which hard drive and which partition you installed / are going to install linux.

if shows Successful...., then it successed.
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> when shows sh#

# cd /mnt/sysimage

and try

#grub-install /dev/hdX

where X exactly as HOUSCOUS said
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