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Old 06-15-2011, 10:55 AM   #1
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How to find "menu.lst" file in UBuntu 10.10

Dear friends,

Today i installed Ubuntu 10.10 in my PC. After installing i searched for Menu.lst file in "/boot/grub/" file system, but i didnt find that file in that path. where it gone in ubuntu 10.10? From where the bootloader is taking OS list?Kindly help me
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If you use grub2, it's
Take a look at

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10.10 sure uses grub2. The config files have changed. Search the web for how-tos.
You are interested in:
the first of those you (usually) don't edit. For configuring use the both last ones.

for example:
but you will find a lot of how-tos.

ups, same time like the previous post. sorry.


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