EDIT: Man, my brain is offline today, don't know why I'm struggling with basic stuff.
I booted F9, mounted the old centos boot partition, fetched the boot parameters from the old grub, and added them to the fedora grub menu.
The only problem with this solution, is every time centos upgrades the kernel, I'll have to manually fetch the entries from the centos grub and add them to the fedora grub. Oh well, it works.
I'm having trouble with grub, booting into the CentOS partition.
PC has three OS's: Windows XP, CentOS 5.2, Fedora 9
- Installed XP first, 50G partition on /dev/sda1
- Installed CentOS next, 50G partition on /dev/sda2 and swap on sda3 (4G), grub on MBR
- Installed Fedora last, 50G on sda4, using same swap as CentOS (sda3), grub on MBR (replaced CentOS grub)
I have overwritten grub before with other distro's grub, never had a problem. Grub can still boot into Fedora and XP fine.
From grub, when select CentOS, gives:
Error 13: Invalid or unsupported executable format
I would be grateful for any suggestions.