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Old 10-03-2010, 09:12 PM
"Kevin O'Gorman"
Default grubby details of grub2

I'm running Lucid on my laptop, and have been transported into the grub2 reality.* At least I think so because
of the huge changes in /boot/grub/.* I no longer understand much of it.

Somewhat to my amazement I got it working.* I even dual boot to Vista.* Problem is that I want to change

where that Vista entry appears in the menu, and I have NO clue.* I heard that menu.lst no longer exists,
and that configuration now goes in grub.cfg.* Then I notice the warning not to touch that file because it's

automatically generated.* I find myself unable to sort out the layers of the new setup.

Since all I ordinarily use is the first Linux entry and the Vista entry, I'd like to move Vista up to the top or second

spot.* That's it.* I figure it might take me a day to figure this out, but free days are hard to come by and I'm
hoping somebody can give me a short recipe.

Thanks in advance....

Kevin O'Gorman, PhD

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