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Re: Grub as boot manager again



On 9/3/05, jdow <jdow earthlink net> wrote:
> >> On my computer, I have three hard disks, each one with an operating
> >> system: MS Windows, Mandriva and FC4. As a boot manager, I am using
> >> Lilo on Mandriva. However, now I would now like to have grub on the
> >> FC4 partition to take car of booting. How can I accomplish this goal?
> >
> > $ info grub
> >
> > tells you how to install grub in (M)BR and to boot alter-os.
> >
> > There is also the 'Boot Priority' in BIOS.
> >
> >
> > Thomas
> 
> "info" is about as useless as a bicycle in an aquarium. But, yes, it
> does contain the information. It lacks a nice clear how-to with real
> world examples, however. That makes it more than a touch "annoying"
> to work with. I can sympathize with Paul. Alas, I cannot help him.

Thanks to both. The command

/sbin/grub-install /dev/hda

did what I was wanting.

Paul


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