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Boot process

  Date: Dec 04    Category: Unix / Linux / Ubuntu    Views: 341
  

I installed Ubuntu several times in my notebook. When the computer starts it
gives me 3 different Ubuntu versions.
How do i edit the boot process?

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Answer #1    Answered On: Dec 04    

Take a look at this and see if it helps:

boff.wordpress.com/.../editing-bootgrubmenulst-to-change-the-grub-\
boot-menu/

 
Answer #2    Answered On: Dec 04    

Depends on the release. On 9.04 and older versions edit the menu.lst
file found in /boot/grub/

in 9.10 I found it easer to just leave the extra, it will start using
the latest update.

 
Answer #3    Answered On: Dec 04    

How do I edit the boot process?

Open 'Synaptic' select 'installed software tab' enter linux in search
and mark for 'complete' removal all the old versions of the linux kernel
and headers, grub updates itself, simple ch' ch'!

 
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