Quote:> .... /boot/grub/menu.lst
Not true of the latest version of grub. The file is now called
grub.conf as of grub version 0.92. The following extract is from the
info page that comes with grub :-
You probably noticed that you need to type several commands to boot
your OS. There's a solution to that - GRUB provides a menu interface
(*note Menu interface::) from which you can select an item (using
keys) that will do everything to boot an OS.
To enable the menu, you need a configuration file, `grub.conf'
the boot directory. We'll analyze an example file.
The file first contains some general settings, the menu interface
related options. You can put these commands (*note Menu-specific
commands::) before any of the items (starting with `title' (*note
Confused the hell out of me after installing a new system with grub.
I spent ages trying to figure out why menu.lst was being ignored.
Renaming it to grub.conf did the trick.
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