Yikes!!! Installing grub hurt my Slackware installation!
When I installed Slackware, I did not install LILO. Instead, in my LMDE, I ran: grub-install --recheck /dev/sda, then I ran: update-grub, then: reboot. This worked ok, although I have 4 grub enteries for Slackware - who knows why, but there are 4.
I decided to install grub from the Slackware DVD. I copied the extras/source/grub folder to home and as su, ran pkgtool and selected grub from /tmp.
From the root directory, as su, I did: rub-install --recheck /dev/sda but when I tried: update-grub (or grub-update), I got: command not found. I rebooted... (probably should not have done that)
Grub menu sort of appeared with not boot options.
I rebooted into Slackware from the Slackware DVD and now I am writing this from my Slackware installation.
Does anyone know how to fix this? (I wanted to use grub because LILO never finds my LMDE install, just xp & Slackware.)