grub updated, double boot, what to do?
My Debian squeeze just updated (via aptitude) grub, now grub-pc is asking me:
I have a dual boot with windows, to install Debian I have followed at the time these instructions:
So the bootloader is in the boot partition and not in the MBR, where windows can overwrite it.
When I boot, the windows booter starts first, there I choose Debian, and then grub shows up and everything is ok.
Now, after the upgrade what should I answer to that question above?
I want to keep things as are now, dual boot and two booters, and I'm afraid to mess up.
thanks a lot
Continue without installing the Grub, it is probably due to an update to the kernel, and at the worst case if you can't boot to the new kernel then boot to the old one and then fix/install the Grub on the boot partition.
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