|Subject:||Re: I'm confused.....first usage of Grub2....... (Another Sillyname)|
|Date:||Sun, 29 Apr 2012 03:33:50 +0100|
I thought a standard install of grub2 would be sufficient?
Then move all the other OSes above Ubuntu so that Ubuntu is bottom of the list by doing;
sudo mv 30_os-prober 08_os-prober
That way it doesn't matter about all the extra lines that Ubuntu uses.
Then set the value of "Default" to which OS you want as the default
Finally update-grub so that it finds all the changes you have made;
I got most of this from Marc Stewart on 2010-04-30 and some from Ubuntu's Community Documentation page which seems to need breaking up although i really quite like the way it's all there easily accessible on 1 page.
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