dual boot and grub?

Daniel Dalton d.dalton at iinet.net.au
Tue May 13 12:09:15 UTC 2008


I just installed debian to a partition windows to a partition and ubuntu 
to a partition for fun. I have a couple of questions:
- Is the grub configuration that is used on the last installed linux? So 
if I install ubuntu last will the /boot/grub/menu.lst file that is used by 
the system be there or on the debian partition?
If so why is this and should I do something to only have one grub 
configuration through out all my partitions?
Also if this is true is the grub on debian used anymore?
- How can I change the order of the operating systems in the boot menu? 
Just adjust the lines in menu.lst?

Also if I get sick of all these operating systems, what is the best way to 
remove ubuntu?
Just delete its partition?


Daniel Dalton

<d.dalton at iinet.net.au>

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