I have a GPT partitioned drive. Its a bit of a mess so I was starting to sort everything out.
/dev/sda2 is an ArchLinux install and the location of
/boot with syslinux being used.
/dev/sda1 is a ubuntu install.
I plan soon to complete do away with the ubuntu partition but for now just make it smaller and the increased
/dev/sda2 in size by moving the start of it up to the end of the ubuntu partition.
However now syslinux will not start and the computer just comes up with a missing os error.
Acording to gparted
/dev/sda2 does still have the boot flag.
I have used a live CD to check with gparted If the partitions are still ok and everything does seem fine it just cant boot.
What should I do to get syslinux booting again?