gosa wrote:Hi all,
I don't know if I used the right "lingo" in the title, but maybe it will clear itself up explaining what I have/want to do:
Installed both LMDE XFCE & LMDE Mate/Cinnamon onto the same hard drive for "testing" purposes. The reason I did two different installs was to not clutter one single install up with duplicate stuff. I'm leaning towards running XFCE on it, since I suspect that the netbook might not be strong enough for Cinnamon (my graphics I suppose). I still want to try it out for a bit.
Anyway - After downloading and installing the pae-kernels for each of these two OS's I now have 8 lines in grub starting with " LinuxMint GNU/Linux, with Linux... "
So - while it's easy to know that the last OS installed (I think?) is the one on top, and while I can see which is pae and which is 486 I wouldn't mind being able to change the " LinuxMint GNU/Linux, with Linux... " to something like "LMDE XFCE..." and "LMDE Mate/Cinnamon..."
Would that be possible to do without to much trouble? Is there a file I can edit?
Thanks in advance,
Brian49 wrote:Grub Customizer doesn't enable you to edit the labels, as far as I can see.
GeneC wrote:Just double click on the label (in the edit mode of grub customizer) and you can change to anything you like.
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