On Sep 27, 1:30 pm, Mark Neidorff <m...@neidorff.com> wrote:
> On Saturday 27 September 2008 10:04 am, Dexter Filmore wrote:
> > Am Donnerstag, 25. September 2008 04:30:55 schrieb Amit Uttamchandani:
> > > On Wed, 24 Sep 2008 09:52:46 -0400
> > >JohnCulleton<j...@wexfordpress.com> wrote:
> > > > This is more of an annoyance than a serious problem but whenever I
> > > > build a Debian or Debian-derivative OS and grub detects other OS it
> > > > overdetects them. I have a single Slackware partition. Grub always
> > > > lists this partition from 4 to 6 times and the first listing on the
> > > > screen doesn't work. I have no doubt that I can search out the
> > > > pertinent grub file and delete the extras but I wonder why I have
> > > > to .
> > > > --
> As root, edit /boot/grub/grub.conf and remove the offending lines. Grub adds
> to existing options, it doesn't remove lines in case you need to roll back to
> a previous configuration.
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Well I am searching for grub.conf now. It doesn't seem to exist.
Instead I edited /boot/grub/menu.lst.
BTW the accretion description doesn't hold water. I got three entries
for one Slack partition on a brand new install.
Different kernels were specified. The last one was correct.
If I could figure out how to boot a Debian partition from Lilo I would
say goodbye and good riddance to
Grub. But I keep getting kernel panics.
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