gtmkramer at xs4all.nl
Wed Aug 17 12:53:45 UTC 2011
On Wed, 2011-08-17 at 05:40 -0700, Chuck Forsberg WA7KGX N2469R wrote:
> Ubuntu has a routine that builds the grub2 config file
> by searching the machine for bootable operating systems.
> Booting Ubuntu recovery brings up a menu which includes
> rebuilding the grub files.
> I keep Ubuntu on a partition in my office machine and let it
> do the grubby lifting. It locates about a dozen boot targets
> and puts them in the boot menu. I have learned to do it this way
> so that a failed install of foo.bar Linux will not leave the
> machine unbootable.
After manually getting grub2 installed on my system (by booting into the
rescue mode from the install DVD) and created a working grub.cfg with
grub2-mkconfig. By running grub2-mkconfig you can check what it comes up
More information about the test