On Fri, 2005-02-04 at 17:19, Mick Higgins wrote:
I have belatedly made the change from lilo to grub carefully
converting my lilo config to grub'ese. It seems to work as
However, I have a couple of questions which I cannot track down
in any off-line source (man, info, howto's etc.) and I am not able to
trawl google or list archive with a time-limited unmetered dial-up
connection at present.
1. In lilo I always used the boot-floppy option so as not to upset
WinME. How do I do something similar in grub?
Not sure myself.
2. When the bootloader menu appeared in lilo I could interactively
overide the default runlevel (ie: boot to runlevel 3 not 5)
when necessary. How is this achieved in the grub menu?
At the boot prompt add a 3 or what ever runlevel you want to override
the default start level.
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