As a Linux user new to BSD Ghost has so far been the easiest for me to install and use. Very nice distro. Problem is i have locked myself out of Ghost by installing linux afterward. I have a bios and am using legacy msdos partitioning, all 4 primary. I have Ghost on partition 3, Sabayon Linux on part 4, Linux Swap on part 2, and Antergos Linux on the first partition, having installed it last and using its Grub to boot.
With an earlier setup of only Arch and Ghost i was advised to add this to my Arch grub.cfg
Once i changed msdos1 to msdos3 (as Ghost was in the third partition) things worked great.
Doing the same thing on the same Dell e5420 laptop but different OS setup now gives me "invalid signature" error when i try to boot into Ghost.
Can anyone tell me what that error means? Would it matter that I'm using a third OS whereas before i had only two and a swap part?
And until i get this fixed, I'd love to know the path and name of the kernel file Grub needs to boot Ghost via special instructions at startup. Thanks for any advice!