Kind of hit a snag here and could use a little help. I'm currently preparing for the Linux + certification in school. Over all I am moderately new to Linux, but do have general knowledge and can find my way around just fine.
Issue: I have an Acer Aspire One netbook. I partitioned as follows:
/dev/sda1: Fedora 16
/dev/sda3: Android 4.0 ICS i386 (found here
However, Fedora 16 comes packaged with GRub2 (1.99) and the Android installation comes with GRub1 (0.97) Bootloaders. Both installations work just fine, however I do not no how to configure either version of grub to allow a dual boot. The Android installation either overwrites the boot loader with 0.97 or if told not to, it doesn't show up in 1.99. Installing Fedora overwrites with 1.99 but the Android installation is not detected.
I have never worked with GRub before and have not tried to edit the grub2.cfg file (I don't know exactly what to put in it).
Anybody willing to kind of walk me through it or give me some pointers? How can I manually add another entry in either bootloader (preferably GRub2) and direct it at the opposing OS? Thank you for your time.