At 3/1/13 02:46 PM, yurgenburgen wrote:
At 3/1/13 02:39 PM, Dragen wrote:
boot into Linux
find your bootloader's source code
Please stop using the word "source code". If you do that, you're gonna have to first retrieve the source code from the repositories, edit it, then recompile it and replace the original version with your own custom version.
If you want to change the default boot selection manually, simply edit the "GRUB_DEFAULT" field in "/etc/default/grub", then run "update-grub" as root user. (which is written on top of the file) (GRUB_DEFAULT counts from the top of the boot selection menu, starting at 0)