Let me first say that I've just installed Mint 14, and it kicks butt! Awesome, and the install was flawless-something that hasn't happened in a while for me, unfortunately. Glad to see someone sweated the small stuff, everything works without a hitch. Now I can start installing Linux on friend's computers without having to worry about a lot of weird stuff happening, and believe me, there's been plenty of weirdness lately, on all fronts with systemd, gnome, kernel foo-boos and whatnot. Glad to see something "just working," and if there's anything I want to "just work," it's Mint! Let the others re-invent the wheel every ten minutes, but leave Mint alone, dammit. Hats off to Clem and crew. Someone owes them a beer. Lots of beers. Beers with beers in their beers.
Now for what I'm trying to do. Simple, enough, I've got Fedora on another hard drive, and after installing Mint, I ran "grub-mkconfig -o /boot/grub/grub.cfg," hoping to get grub to see Fedora and all would be good. That didn't work. I seem to remember a program called (something like...) osfinder, but Google and Synaptic didn't show anything by that name. Is there such a critter, or am I hallucinating. And if I am hallucinating, give me a bit, I want to enjoy it.
I know that grub used to have a problem finding ext4 file systems, but I though that had been fixed. Don't know if that's what I'm dealing with, but how do I get grub to find Fedora?