I recently installed SUSE [free version] onto my 160GB Laptop drive which has Elyssa [only] installed on it.
I chose the ' install using unallocated space [100GB]' option.
SUSE shrunk the 60GB partition with Mint on it such that mint no longer had enough room to download a simple email, and then installed itself in a new 60GB partition that it created, right next to the one containing Mint!
In addition, there was a new GRUB menu installed with the usual stuff on it and Mint was listed last, as one would expect.
Having found SUSE was unsuitable for my requirements [and how!] I went back to Mint and discovered the problem listed above.
Using a bootable G-Parted CD, I deleted the SUSE partitions and expanded the Mint one to its original size (+/-) and went back to using Mint.
The only problem is that I still get the SUSE Grub window first and need to cursor down to the Mint entry. Next I get the usual Mint Grub screen where I can run Elyssa.
No big deal but I would like to remove the SUSE Grub screen.
Being a qualified Arm Chair Expert [ACE] it seems that all I need to do is find the Grub entry and delete that part which precedes the Mint entry. But how???
I have had a trawl around the forum, Interent and pored over several written tomes without success. Using Terminal with the Grub prompt, I get error messages to all texts suggested, i.e. "grub> find /boot/grub/stage1" for example. With some trepidation I have even pondered using DOS and the FDISK /MBR command. The H/D has never had windows on it so the likelihood of any surprises in that department are minimal.
Any suggestions [polite] will be most welcome.