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VM stuck at GRUB command line on boot

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I have a ubuntu server vm that is stuck at the grub command line on boot.  From there I can see both partitions and view a list of folders on each partition.  I mounted the vdisk into a desktop ubuntu vm and it shows up as a blank disk (all unallocated space).  How can this be fixed, at least to the point where I can grab a couple of scripts off of the vdisk?

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Perhaps install a fresh Ubuntu server on a different vdisk and see if you can mount the broken Ubuntu vdisk as a secondary disk?

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