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GRUB can only identify hard drives based on information provided by the BIOS. <literal>(hd0)</literal> corresponds to the first disk thus detected, <literal>(hd1)</literal> the second, etc. In most cases, this order corresponds exactly to the usual order of disks under Linux, but problems can occur when you associate SCSI and IDE disks. GRUB used to store the correspondences that it detects in the file <filename>/boot/grub/device.map</filename>, GRUB avoids this problem nowadays by using UUIDs or file system labels when generating <filename>grub.cfg</filename>. However, the device map file is not obsolete yet, since it can be used to override when the current environment is different from the one on boot. If you find errors there (because you know that your BIOS detects drives in a different order), correct them manually and run <command>grub-install</command> again. <command>grub-mkdevicemap</command> can help creating a <filename>device.map</filename> file from which to start.
GRUB kan bare identifisere harddisker basert på opplysninger fra BIOS. <literal>(hd0)</literal> samsvarer med den første disken som oppdages, <literal>(hd1)</literal> den andre, etc. I de fleste tilfeller tilsvarer dette nøyaktig til den vanlige rekkefølgen av disker under Linux, men problemer kan oppstå når du forbinder SCSI- og IDE-disker. GRUB pleide å lagre overensstemmelser som den avdekket i filen <filename>/boot/grub/device.map</filename>. GRUB unngår dette problemet i dag ved å bruke UUID-er eller filsystemetiketter når du genererer <filename>grub.cfg</filename>. Enhetskartfilen er imidlertid ikke foreldet ennå, siden den kan brukes til å overstyre når det gjeldende miljøet er forskjellig fra det som er startet. Hvis du finner feil der (fordi du vet at din BIOS oppdager stasjoner i en annen rekkefølge), korriger dem manuelt og kjør <command>grub-install</command> igjen. <command>grub-mkdevicemap</command> kan hjelpe til med å lage en <filename>device.map</filename>-fil som det kan startes fra.
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<primary>name</primary><secondary>resolution</secondary>
<primary>navn</primary><secondary>oppløsninslag</secondary>
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<primary>resolution</primary><secondary>name</secondary>
<primary>oppløsninslag</primary><secondary>navn</secondary>
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<primary>name</primary><secondary>attribution and resolution</secondary>
<primary>navn</primary><secondary>attribusjonnavngiving og oppløsninslag</secondary>
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<primary>kernel</primary><secondary>installation</secondary>
<primary>kjerne</primary><secondary>installeringasjon</secondary>
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<primary>installation</primary><secondary>of a kernel</secondary>
<primary>installeringasjon</primary><secondary>av en kjerne</secondary>
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Getting the Sources
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Getting the Sources
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