adams.ken.j at googlemail.com
Sun Apr 13 00:22:28 BST 2008
On Sat, 2008-04-12 at 09:41 +0100, Jason Liquorish wrote:
> On Sat, 2008-04-12 at 09:25 +0100, Ken Adams wrote:
> > Hi All
> > I have muddled my brain a bit.....
> > I WAS running 7.04 on my machine. Then to keep a working system I
> > installed 8.04 Beta on the same HD by resizing the HD etc. This gave
> > Grub on the 8.04 control of booting.
> > Then.........
> > I decided to play with Mythbuntu and installed it, replacing the 7.04.
> > This gave the Myth Grub control over booting.
> > Now I want to get boot control back to the 8.04 grub
> > HOW????
> > My brain is beginning to boil.
> > Rgds Ken
> I recently had this problem and the following fixed it fine:
> First I opened my /boot/grub/menu.lst on the partition I wanted to have
> control over grub and found the bit that says what partition (its near
> the bottom where all the operating systems are listed) it is on (hd0,1)
> for me. Then I ran "sudo grub" and in the grub prompt "root (hd0,1)"
> then "setup (hd0)" then "quit"
> Then I ran "sudo update-grub" just to check that menu.lst had found
> everything. You can read more about it on the wiki
> Just be sure that you get the (hd,x) bits right and you should be fine.
Thanks for the help
All sorted.Correct Grub now running the bootup.
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