AK Dave wrote:Laptop has 3 bootable partitions. One has a solid stable Mint Felicia install that I don't want to mess with. The other two are fair game. I intend to scrub and reinstall on both of them HOWEVER when I do this I want to be able to restore Mint's "grub supremacy". I note from past experiences that whatever distro is installed last and installs grub last takes over and leaves everything else as a secondary install. I can very easily change the default boot order in menu.list to point Jaunty's grub at Felicia by default. But what I really want to do is have Felicia's grub be what shows up when I power up. Not Jaunty's grub.
So how do am I going to "fix" this?
Fred wrote:AK Dave,
I don't know if you were reading my mind or I was reading yours.
I just posted in another thread to you about this very thing.
http://www.linuxmint.com/forum/viewtopi ... 3&start=30
If you can't make heads or tails out of my rambling I'll be happy to help you.
Users browsing this forum: killer de bug and 20 guests