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Tags: boot   kernel   initramfs   grub  
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URL: https://askubuntu.com/q/1312597
Title: I've deleted all initramfs files (like an idiot) How to restore them?
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This tutorial will walk you through rebuilding. To summarize the steps in the tutorial:

  1. Boot your machine with a Live Media
  2. Open a terminal console and get partitions path
  3. Mount the filesystems
  4. Chroot /mnt and creating a Backup of the initrd image
  5. Building Initrd Image
  6. Finalizing Grub Loader and unmounting

Note because you have other partitions you can boot with you can likely skip step 1.

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