choosing desired os to boot over ssh

Pandu Poluan pandu at
Sat Feb 11 10:09:31 UTC 2012

Go here:

find grub-set-default and grub-reboot. These commands will be available if
you set grub.cfg according to the procedure in the section.

 On Feb 11, 2012 3:39 PM, "Tapas Mishra" <mightydreams at> wrote:

> I forgot to mention in previous message I do not want to be manually
> editing the grub.cfg file each time if I have to frequently switch between
> different OS.
> On Sat, Feb 11, 2012 at 2:04 PM, Tapas Mishra <mightydreams at>wrote:
>> I have a machine which is multiple boot.For sysadmin kind of work I have
>> to boot into different different Operating System's. Main Os is Ubuntu
>> 11.10 with grub2.
>> Each time if I reboot then I want to be able to select desired operating
>> system to boot while remotely logged in via ssh as we do when we are
>> physically present on that machine by moving the up down arrow keys.I want
>> to do some thing similar via ssh or if possible by some other protocol.
>> Is it possible some how.Is there any package available for the same?
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