App Cafe update killed boot environment in grub with improper setting
|Reported by:||tbird||Owned by:||kris|
I just updated everything on my PC, 10.0.2, and rebooted, and ran app cafe, as per instructions:
"After updating and rebooting, please run the AppCafe? once to begin the conversion process from the old style PBIs to 10.0.2 packages."
When I opened AppCafe?, and started the update, it created a new boot environment, which appears to be the problem.
Everything went great, until I tried rebooting. When the App Cafe update completed, it showed a button to reboot. When I pressed the button, it started rebooting, it shut down, the bios posted, and it went to grub, and I got the following message:
"error: symbol `Grub term_highlight_color' not found.
Entering rescue mode..."
And no command that I can think of will do anything in rescue mode. I tried all the commands I could think of from grub
I can't get help, I can't load the kernel, so it gives the message "error: you must load the kernel first." But, I can't get it to load the kernel, because anything other than "boot", gets the message: "Unkown command" :(