re: How to add another distro?
- From: al <al@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 21 Jun 2008 20:17:22 GMT
Also, when the SUSE install gets to the "where to install grub" part,
install it on the boot sector--not the MBR--of the partition where you
installed SUSE. (Otherwise, you'll hose Ubuntu's grub set up on the
MBR.) Then edit Ubuntu's grub.conf and add this stanza:
Title SUSE 11
root (hd0,0) # This is grub-speak for sda1
This will load SUSE's grub and boot SUSE. Also, comment out--put # at
the beginning of the line--the "hiddenmenu" command, so you'll be
presented with the grub menu.
I used the above set up when I installed Fedora 9 Final to evaluate, so
it wouldn't conflict in any way with my primary, fully updated,
configured and rock-solid Fedora Core 6 install.
Ok, didn't know how to edit grub either. Thanks a lot.
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