- From: Derek Broughton <news@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 04 Aug 2008 12:34:20 -0300
On Mon, 2008-08-04 at 03:28 -0400, Jake wrote:
I have Ubuntu 8.04 and I installed it to work "with" Windows XP, andTry this link. It explains all about dual booting XP with linux.
now I can't get to Windows XP anymore, it automatically boots into
Ubuntu, I need help on how to either UNINSTALL Ubuntu or INSTRUCTIONS
on how to get to Windows XP, all your help will be appreciated..
Actually, it doesn't. It's a nice tutorial for installing Linux onto a
Windows machine, but it doesn't tell you anything about getting Grub
configured - it just assumes that the installer gets that right.
You are absolutely correct in your assumption. I have set up several
machines with dual boot of Windows XP and Ubuntu and, in every case, the
installer got it correct.
Fine - but that's not much help if you (as Jake has) have already installed
both OS's and you don't have a grub menu. In my case, the installer got it
right with every install since Warty - except the time I installed to an
external drive, but there's enough anecdotal evidence that, even if there
isn't anything actually wrong with the installer, it's not too difficult
for a user to complete the install without getting grub properly set up.
That said, I think Nils probably got it right, with the menu just being
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- Re: Help
- From: Nigel Henry
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