multibooting linux

g geleem at
Wed Jun 23 17:35:54 UTC 2010

Tom Horsley wrote:

> You run "yum update" in 1st system, it rewrites grub.conf, making new
> kernel the default.

rewrite, yes. but rewrite [more like an insert] simply puts newest kernel
at top of menu.


> On the other hand if you have a standalone grub that does nothing
> apply to it, you don't have to fix things by hand.

if you do not mind jumping thru menus.

i guess that this is another 'baskin-robbins'. :D


peace out.



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