Grub installation. First potential Fedora killer
Jean François Martinez
jfm512 at free.fr
Sun Jan 12 20:58:10 UTC 2014
Installer sees the partitions of other Linuxes. But when rebooting after installation Fedora was the only choice.
Running grub2-mkconfig fixed it, ie other distribution became available. Sort of. Problems:
1) Fedora was the default and there is no easy way (that is without reading the 150+ pages of Grub documentation to change that)
2) If user does not know about grub2-mkconfig he will believe he is "trapped" in Fedora and will be very, very angry
3) Every time he runs the other distribution and updates it he needs to rebooot into Fedora and run grub2-mkconfig
On Mon, 6 Jan 2014 15:28:34 -0700
Chris Murphy <lists at colorremedies.com> wrote:
> On Jan 6, 2014, at 2:35 PM, Jean François Martinez <jfm512 at free.fr> wrote:
> > Centos 6 wasn't detected at install time.
> This is rather vague. Do you mean the installer doesn't see any of the CentOS partitions/LVs? Or CentOS isn't included as a grub menu item after installing Fedora 20?
> Chris Murphy
Jean François Martinez <jfm512 at free.fr>
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