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i want to edit the menu.lst of /boot/grub/ to tell that i need to install the 2rd of the 3 OS i have. and how do i set the Debian 5.0 default grub that i loads to a xmp file that i have.
want to install, find and remove a .deb file.
my /etc/resolv.conf gets rewritten every time i reboot. what to do.There is nothing impossible, for everything is possible; the impossible only takes a bit longer than the possible.
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from command line you can use aptitude or apt-get. Aptitude more sophisticated, it registers all the packages and if a package which have installed for dependency resolving purpose and getting unneeded the aptitude removes it automatically.
You can even use synaptic a graphical package manager.
and read "man aptitude"
Ithink the problem isn't a problem.
If you are using dhcp ,the dhclient rewrite /etc/resolv.conf on every network setup with the actual informations which have got from the dhcp server.
no i have a static ip.There is nothing impossible, for everything is possible; the impossible only takes a bit longer than the possible.
1. Debian 2. Debian single user mode 3. CentOS 4. Windows
the grub is given by debian. now i nhave 3 OS.
debian, windows and rhel 5.3. so i can't change this order but i need to defaultly boot to rhgel 5.3.There is nothing impossible, for everything is possible; the impossible only takes a bit longer than the possible.
Thats what I have tried to explain. Boot into Debian, open /boot/grub/menu.lst for editing and edit as above. See which entry is RHEL and change the vaule of 'default' accordingly (starting with 0).