------- Comment From poojabsu...@in.ibm.com 2016-10-14 04:37 EDT-------
(In reply to comment #8)
> Oh, indeed. I hadn't seen it initially.
> sdj1 shouldn't have any kind of particular filesystem, so I'm not sure what
> grub-install is trying to check there (I will look in the code now), or if
> it's directly because the root is formatted in jfs.
> In the meantime, when this fails could you try running the following command
> in a shell? You can access the shell from the debian-installer main menu
> after the failure.
> chroot /target grub-install -v --force "/dev/sdj1"
Attached the output of chroot /target grub-install -v --force
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