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Thread: Please Help..GRUB
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- Jan 2005
I got debian, yoper,feora, and xp installed. is there a way not to use the yoper grub menu, but instead to use the debian grub...Thanks alot
the first part of GRUB sits (normally) on your boot disk's mbr. It is this small program that then runs the rest of grub from the /boot/grub/ folder that it has been told about. So, if you want a particular partion's version of /boot/grub/ to be used, simply do a quick reinstall from that partition. So, in your case, boot into Debian and do the re-install from there by entering "grub-install /dev/hdX" command where you replace the "X" with the latter of your hard drive (a being the first and b the second, etc. So probably /dev/hda). Then reboot and you will get the programs (stage 1.....) and splash graphics and menu (/boot/grub/grub.conf) from your Debian partition.
Of course, before doing this, make sure that you have a working boot diskette just in case, also have a look at the tutorial section if you encounter any grub boot problems.
Use Suse 10.1 and occasionally play with Kubuntu
Also have Windows 98SE and BeOS