Setting grub on cd
stan10x10 at gmail.com
Wed Mar 16 20:41:16 UTC 2011
On Thu, Feb 3, 2011 at 11:57 AM, Goh Lip <g.lip at gmx.com> wrote:
> On Thu, 03 Feb 2011 19:15:12 +0800, uriah heep <stan10x10 at gmail.com>
> I have to have a dual boot system because some programs I need do not have
>> equivalent Linux programs or will not export in a format that windows
>> can use. But when ever windows screws up my Linux install is also screwed.
>> Could some one kindly point me to simple documentation to install grub to
>> CD in a manner so I can keep the OSes from disabling each other?
> Uriah, to make a simple cd grub boot, just
> grub-mkrescue --output=anything.iso
> where anything.siso can be any thing you name.
> However if you want to include a grub.cfg file then
> grub-mkrescue --output=grubo.iso /media/LABEL/boot/grub/grub.cfg
> where /media/LABEL is the partition where you want the right grub.cfg you
> want copied over.
> But remember if you boot up from that cd, do a "configfile /grub.cfg" so
> that the grub menu appears at the grub prompt.
> Just got back from a short new year (my new year, not yours) holidays, but
> if you need more info, please let us know.
> Regards - Goh Lip
> I used to have an open mind,
> but my brains kept falling out.
Just got back to this as I am setting up a laptop to be dual boot. with
windows 7 installed and installing Kubuntu I would get an option of where to
install grub. is this where I can do the above or do I use my desktop which
has usual dual boot to go into Kubuntu and issue commands at command line
and then how do I burn to cd?
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