|Subject:||check if file exist on ntfs partition to decide default boot order|
|Date:||Fri, 23 Apr 2021 23:35:37 +0200|
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Hi!I want to check if specific file (let's say win.txt) exist in root directory at ntfs WIndows partition and if does, then boot Windows (or better: make it default choice but still display menu and timeout), and if not boot Linux (or leave default menu with default Linux and timeout). I've seen command test -e file and insmod ntfs, but I don't know what next. Does "grub works" like shell scripts? Are entries from grub.cfg are just interpreted and executed from top to bottom or is it compiled on update?
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