Supplied by Collins Richey, 11 AUG 2004, email@example.com
In case you haven't installed Grub and want to do so, here's a simple procedure to follow. If you have more complex needs than booting a plain ole linux and/or windows partition, please google for help.
e2fs_stage1_5 fat_stage1_5 ffs_stage1_5 grub.conf (you create this file - see below) jfs_stage1_5 menu.lst (this is a symlink to grub.conf; optional) minix_stage1_5 nbgrub pxegrub reiserfs_stage1_5 splash.xpm.gz (optional) stage1 stage2 stage2.netboot stage2.old vstafs_stage1_5 xfs_stage1_5
# -- all this stuff is optional color white/blue black/light-gray default 0 timeout 25 ### This is the g2 splash image splashimage=(hd0,5)/boot/grub/splash.xpm.gz # --- end of optional stuff # note hd0,5 is my root partition. If you are using a # /boot partition, then alter hd0,5 to wherever # your /boot partition is located title what-ever-you-want-to-call-it root (hd0,5) kernel (hd0,5)/boot/your-kernel-name root=/dev/hda6 ro # note, the previous line for a separate /boot partition would be # different unless your /boot partition has a /boot symlink # kernel (hd0,?)/your-kernel-name root=/dev/hda? ro # -- obviously this is optional and for some obnoxious # but I run a dual boot machine title WinXP-hda1 root (hd0,0) chainloader +1
grub root (hd0,5) setup (hd0) quit