Install system rescue CD for Linux on a dedicated hard disk

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How do I install system rescue cd for Linux on a dedicated hard disk, that can show in Grub menu and use it for when linux down or has a problems ?

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Install system rescue CD for Linux on a dedicated hard disk

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  1. Position your hard drive in drive bay inside case. Secure it with screws.
  2. Connect data cable to back of hard drive. Align red band of cable with pin No.1 on hard drive connector.
  3. Connect other end of data cable to IDE controller on motherboard. If you have two IDE controllers, use No.1.
  4. Connect power cable from one of the connectors on power supply.
  5. Connect computer power cable to surge suppressor. Boot computer.
  6. Follow instructions in motherboard manual to set up hard drive in BIOS and Lastly Format the drive.
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Install system rescue CD for Linux on a dedicated hard disk

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Hello pablo,

This is really a very necessary step every linux user should take. You can do it so many different ways. As a native linux user I use one of my flash drives for booting into linux. You are just trying to do this same thing into a disk. Ok first find out your disk using the command “df”. You will see all the disk partitions available in your machine. Now find out in which partition you want to install the grub. Just write in the terminal that grub-install /dev/(the partition name.)

Or you can do another way too. Write

sudo mkdir /media/Driver/boot

Then write:

Sudo cp –r /boot/grub  /media/Driver/boot/

The grub is copied.

Thank you,

Riley weaver

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