Need to add a new OS entry to the GRUB boot menu !
I have installed three operating systems in the following order :
1 : Windows XP on drive C , a room was left for Linux before the 1024
cylinders limits .
2 : Windows 2003 Server on drive E .
3 : Logical drive D was then deleted to create a free space for the Red
Hat Linux 9 automatic installer .
GRUB boot loader was choosen and by which I can boot to either Windows or Linux . When I select windows ( or DOS as its named ) I have another menu from which I can choose either XP or 2003 .
I have tried to edit the /etc/grub.conf to add a separate entry for Windows 2003 . I have also tried to rename DOS into Windows XP . The file saves OK with no additional filename extension but when the system boots up , I see no changes ! .... its just the same original menu .
I know I have missed the chance to add bootable partitions to the GRUB menu during the installation process !
Is this file protected or perhaps linked to another file somewhere ?
How can I make changes to it ? :(