New Fedora DVD 64 Install replaced my previous GRUB2 info! (Dual Boot)
I know that things just look bleak right now, someone please help me
see all my operating systems upon boot.
Ok, the details:
Windows 7 Ultra system with ONE 1-TB hard drive. Purchased that way.
When the last Ubuntu (11.4 I think) was released I installed it on the
system in order to practice KDE 4.6 when not using Windows, while
waiting for Fedora 15. So, until my Fedora 15 install on this machine,
Windows 7 was my primary system, KUbuntu secondary but with enough
tweaking that I don't want to wipe it until completely comfortable
with Fedora 15.
So, today I installed Fedora 15 from DVD. I made sure that it did not
use any of the used partitions and setup a new set of partitions for
Fedora installed ok and boots up, but to my horror F15 did not append
itself to the Grub2 list (installed by Ubuntu). So neither Windows 7
nor Ubuntu is available on the bootloader list.
This should be minor for those well versed with Grub2, but I am at a
loss and a bit frightened.
Thank you much,
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