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Wed, 26 Mar 2008 14:30:11 -0400
On Wed, Mar 26, 2008 at 2:09 PM, Kurtis <address@hidden> wrote:
> I was just wondering whether or not the GRUB Boot Loader is included in the
> FULL Installation of Ubuntu Linux (Version 7.04 / 7.10). As on most
> occasions I have wondered if it has been included in the installation of the
> Linux O.S.?
> Another Question I have for you to answer is, because I do like Linux, as
> well as Windows on my computer. How will I go about installing both on
> (Windows, Main OS Internal Hard Drive. Linux, on an External Hard Drive).
> Without the need of the GRUB Boot Loader. As when I install Linux, it
> installs the GRUB Boot Loader with it. I have heard that you can use fdisk
> to remove the GRUB Boot Loader (but doesn't this mean that the O.S will be
> My E-Mail Address is: address@hidden
> Please reply ASAP.
> Bug-grub mailing list
Actually, Debian, which is what Ubuntu is based on, has been making
use of the GRUB boot loader since it became widespread. I believe they
consider it to be the default one.
There are instructions someplace for having a dual boot system that
works with both Linux and Windows, however the more recent mechanism
behind how Windows starts up isn't happy with something else
cohabitating on the disk drive.
Gregg C Levine address@hidden
"This signature was once found posting rude
messages in English in the Moscow subway."
- Question, Kurtis, 2008/03/26
- Re: Question,
Gregg Levine <=