I come hat in hand again.
As I mentioned in another thread, I installed Vector Linux 7 (Testing) on a third partition on my hard drive. I ran into some kind of error and it wouldn't load XWindows. When I installed it I used its Grub 2, which wouldn't boot my Vector Linux 6 or CentOS 5.5. So I booted my CentOS CD and used "linux-rescue" mode to reinstall Grub in CentOS. Vector 6 and CentOS are now booting fine but, when I copy the Vector Linux 6 boot section in grub (and re-title it, making changes for the different partition) I keep getting an "Error 2 -- File or directory... something... wrong" and it kicks me back into the Grub menu.
When I was booting with Grub 2, I got through the login menu without issue -- it was getting XWindows that was the problem.
Do I need to use different commands in Grub for Vector Linux 7?
Here are the two Vector Linux Grub entries...
title Vector Linux Standard Deluxe
kernel (hd0,0)/boot/vmlinuz-220.127.116.11 root=/dev/hda1 splash=silent ro
title Vector Linux 7 Test
kernel (hd0,3)/boot/vmlinuz-18.104.22.168 root=/dev/sda4 splash=silent ro
I've tried both "/dev/hda4" and "/dev/sda4" but both give me the same error. I should also mention that, before I rebuilt Grub in CentOS, I did try to set up Lilo in Vector 7 -- and that booted Vector 7 to the login screen, just like Grub 2.
Thanks for any pointers.