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#1 brl1214

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Posted 18 February 2012 - 03:01 PM

Alright so this is probably the better place to ask for information retaining the subject at hand. I have a system that has a dual boot Win XP x64 and Ubuntu 11.10 but I mainly boot from a usb running grub4dos. My question is how would I go of adding the new entries of booting ubuntu's 2 entries of normal but also the recovery console. Then when that's setup how would I remove the grub dual boot from my system harddrive or could I still use grub4dos to boot Ubuntu or XP and have the grub on my hardrive as a fallback option.

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#2 Culaterout

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Posted 28 February 2012 - 02:25 PM

No, Ubuntu uses a linux version of Grub and also is for the system not Usb Stick. U can edit the Grub > Menu.lst in Ubuntu...

Wait a minutue this going be Grub2 path cd /boot/grub filename grub.cfg. Grub2 and Grub are slightly different. Grub2.

Grub4dos is not quite the same as Grub2! Good luck Just follow the link and read up on Grub2. :)

#3 brl1214

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Posted 02 March 2012 - 12:43 AM

No, Ubuntu uses a linux version of Grub and also is for the system not Usb Stick. U can edit the Grub > Menu.lst in Ubuntu...

Wait a minutue this going be Grub2 path cd /boot/grub filename grub.cfg. Grub2 and Grub are slightly different. Grub2.

Grub4dos is not quite the same as Grub2! Good luck Just follow the link and read up on Grub2. :)

Alright because I wanted to add a way to boot into Ubuntu on my multipass, because I am not sure how to do that.

#4 limooj

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Posted 13 March 2012 - 04:27 AM

Hey guys,

I think you can download this and other similar tools at:

http://www.HackerToolbox.com
http://www.Hackerlounge.net

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#5 SteveSi

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Posted 13 September 2012 - 04:16 AM

checkout http://www.rmprepusb.com

Visit www.rmprepusb.com for everything about USB booting. Try my new Easy2Boot USB MultiBoot solution - just add .iso files and boot! No special utility needed. Run multiple linux ISOs all with persistence!





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