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distrowatch poll -- dual booting versus virtual machines


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#26 OFFLINE   sunrat

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Posted 30 April 2018 - 11:22 PM

In Stretch you should be able to just run update-grub and it will automatically find your new installation and add it. I usually install GRUB to the partition of the new installation with the installer but I'm not sure if that's strictly necessary. Works for me and I've done quite a few new installs that way. No need to manually add it.
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Posted 01 May 2018 - 01:52 AM

Yeah, I've done things this way before, if the distro's installer has a way to not install the boot loader. I added the custom entry in /etc/grub.d so that I don't have to go back to Stretch and run update-grub whenever Kubuntu gets a kernel update.

https://help.ubuntu....stomGrub2Screen
https://ubuntuforums...highlight=grub2




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