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Old 02-04-2004, 08:39 PM   #1
Hawkbizkit
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Booting Redhat 9.0 help


ok i got rid of grub to try the ntldr thing and now i want grub back but i can't get into my redhat install and i didn't make a startup disk.

ok how do i install grub again so i can get into linux and i want it to give me a choice of "Win XP Pro Office use" "Win XP Pro Gaming use" "red hat 9.0" without taking me to the ntldr boot loader after i pick one of the win xp installs?

Greg
 
Old 02-06-2004, 03:57 PM   #2
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well you can use your redhat cd to boot up to rescue mode and install grub with the /sbin/grub-install command ... and then make the changes to your grub.conf file to reflect the changes for all the menu items you wish to have ...
 
  


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