How to Make a Grub Boot From a CD?

Answer The Grub boot loader is the first step in a Unix-type operating system start-up. Used primarily when booting Linux, Grub can be compared to Microsoft's DOS as a non-graphical user shell. If you hav... Read More »

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How do I change the Grub boot menu order?

Open a TerminalClick "Applications," click "Accessories" or "System Tools," depending on your Linux distribution, and click "Terminal." Type "cd /etc/grub.d/" into the Terminal window, and press "E... Read More »

How to Boot a Floppy Image Using the Grub Bootloader?

Say you want/need to boot your computer from a floppy, but your computer has no floppy drive. You can boot your computer from a floppy disk image if you have the GRUB bootloader installed (found on... Read More »

How do i change the ubuntu grub boot menu order?

Install Startup ManagerBeginning with Ubuntu 9.10, the GRUB boot manager has been upgraded and now includes a graphical user interface, for managing the configuration of GRUB, called Startup Manage... Read More »

How to Uninstall the Grub Bootloader from a Dual Boot XP System With an XP CD?

In many tutorials, it seems necessary to obtain a Windows 98 resource floppy disk in order to do this, but for those who own laptops can follow the alternative method as listed below.