I changed the subject and am top-posting. I don't have my notes for
doing that with me today, but I'm sure someone can tell you how fixing
grub after installing windows. is done.
Likely there is a howto page on the wiki since it has to be done so often.
On Sun, Jan 11, 2009 at 6:02 AM, Philip Burness
On Friday 09 January 2009 22:28:40 you wrote:
On Fri, Jan 9, 2009 at 4:59 PM, Philip Burness
years ago it was possible to create a boot (floppy) disk for those
times when loading windowz after Linux your boot partition was lost. Is
it possible to do this still only create a boot CD disk with your image
on so you can re- load grub?
The normal SuSE install DVD supports this via the rescue menu selection.
I don't recall if the LiveCDs do or not.
Thanks for the reply,
Do you know how to do this using the rescue menu? I am fearful that as I
install windows on a partition on my machine it will overwrite the boot sector
and I will not be able to boot into Linux again. Hence I'm looking for the
command(?) mechanism to be able to re-establish the boot sector.
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