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I have a dual boot of WIndows and Mandriva. In the boot menu, there are two instances of Windows listed (Windows and WIndows1). Windows1 is a repeat and I want ...
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- 10-26-2005 #1
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Edit the GRUB menu
I have a dual boot of WIndows and Mandriva. In the boot menu, there are two instances of Windows listed (Windows and WIndows1). Windows1 is a repeat and I want to remove it from the menu. I see there is no menu.ls in the boot/grub directory.
Where do I edit this menu?
- 10-26-2005 #2
Su into root, then bring up nano, a text editor with the filename.
su >root password nano /boot/grub/grub.conf
After you delete the line, hit CTRL + x and say "y" to save your work.
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- 10-28-2005 #3
Doesn't Mandriva use Lilo? If so, edit /etc/lilo.conf. Don't forget to run Lilo afterwards. As root, type:Code:
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- 10-28-2005 #4Originally Posted by bryansmithNothing is worse than ten penguins fighting over which is better, vi or emacs.
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