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Thread: Re-Editing GRUB after install?

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    Default Re-Editing GRUB after install?

    I have gotten my dual boot setup ans working on my Acer one and have a need to edit the grub menu.lst file. Because of the way my partitions are I have a seperate boot partition. After reading the grub man pages, a bunch on Google, and you helpfull folks here I am at a loss.

    nano /boot/grub/menu.lst comes up empty

    grub can see it on (hd0,1) which is my sda2 partition (windows is sda1)

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    is ur sda2 partition mounted to ur boot folder?
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    Yes. sda2 is mounted as boot. Also GRUB knows it's there as it is pointed at (hd0,1) thus the second partition of the first drive.

    the sda2 line in mount:

    /dev/sda2 on /mnt/bt4/boot type ext2 (rw)

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