grub issues: dual boot Debian i386 & Debian amd64
My machine has 64-bit support so I figured I'd give it a go, installing a 64-bit debian on one partition and keeping the working i386 debian on another.
So I installed the amd64 version (using it now), but now grub only lists this one when I boot up. It also lists Ubuntu, which is still there on yet another partition but I can't choose between my two debians. The installer did say that both Ubuntu 6.06 and Debian 4.0 were detected.
I didn't erase the old partition, it's just not showing. Is there a way to resolve this short of editing /boot/grub/menu.lst manually, so that things like the "debian automagic kernel list" when new kernels are installed are not broken?