Questions about: grub2

The /etc/default/grub file is generated at package install time, which is necessary because it integrates with debconf. This means that it can not treated as a dpkg conf file, and so dpkg's configuration file handling doesn't know about it. Instead,
Windows 10 upgrade lead into grub rescueBy | July 29, 2015 | Category Uncategorized By LChaos2 I was dual-booting Windows 7 and Linux Ubuntu on my desktop, and today is the day they gave out free Windows 10 upgrades
I'm trying to get a functional dual-boot of Ubuntu 14. 04 and Windows 7 Home Premium. I began with a working Windows 7, then created a partition for Ubuntu
I know that editing the boot options line and adding 'nomodeset' solves my laptops problem during LiveCD mode, what I don't know is how to set it at boot up through Grub2 after I've installed Ubuntu. So, my question is, how do I set nomodeset before
by belacqua Last Updated August 08, 2017 19:02 PM After running Update Manager, a debconf window (titled "Configuring grub-pc"), popped up, requiring me to select the appropriateGRUB install devices for my system. I've made no changes to grub or the
When booting to the graphical desktop fails we sometimes are recommended to boot into a "root shell" or to boot in "recovery mode". How do I do that? for 12. 04
Question: I have several kernel images installed on my CentOS box, and I want to change the default boot kernel either permanently or temporarily ("just once"). How can I change the default kernel version used by GRUB/GRUB2 on CentOS? When there are
TL;DR reconfigure or reinstall GRUB (assuming you have several OSes installed, like Ubuntu and Windows) When you power up your computer, one of the first things to start is the boot loader. It’s a relatively small piece of software that boots/loads (
Grub2 - Community Ubuntu Documentation says the following: Saving an OS can be achieved by running sudo grub-set-default if DEFAULT=saved is set in /etc/default/grub. It may also be saved if GRUB_SAVEDEFAULT=true is also set in /etc/default/grub. In
Q. How do I boot a Linux system into single user mode?A. Single user mode is useful to fix some system problem