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Can I change the order of the operating systems in the GRUB bootloader? I see that the text in the file "menu.lst" resembles the options presented when I boot. Can I edit the contents of the file to have windows XP at the top?
The problem is that after a certain amount of seconds the top OS boots automatically. I'd like to have windows boot by default when I take no action.
P.S.: right now the contents are these. I'd like to move the last portion to the top but I guess this could lead to trouble: