> But you can always put in a newer grub version just by "sudo
> grub-install --root-directory /dev/sda<Hardy> from a newer version of
> livecd or another partition. But remember this does not create any
> grub.cfg (menu.lst) by itself.
update-grub (or was it grub-update?) seemed to have got that part right.
Yeah, I might just try using a new grub2 later. Better than hoping a
grub->grub2 migration will not mess things up.
> So, Christopher, I am not that 'expert' as you think and there are
> others here, including Tom H who have better experience with the issue.
Okay, I'll make the subject reflect the reality more accurately then.
> Apologies, Christopher, I am unable to help you with much, but good luck
> with your project.
Thanks Goh Lip.
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