hi. i made a mistake of thinking it would be easier. lol. i am newer to linux and only been using debian and ubuntu builds. i installed this figuring the grub bootloader would show my other systems. well it doesn't and I am so lost on how to fix it. the update-grub command worked excellent in debian/ubuntu builds but now i am totally lost on what to do. I am not code aware of what to type. please someone help walk me through this. i would like to keep it to learn more but need to boot my other two os's.
thanks to any and all help
Boot into ArchBang and then mount the boot/root partitions of your other distros.
You will then have to look in /boot/grub on mounted partitions for either menu.lst or grub.cfg. [no idea what grub Bodhi or Solus uses]
Or search the web for guides on how to restore your grub ....
Or even http://www.supergrubdisk.org/
you have to edit menu.lst manually, for details look at
(you can list the partitions in Archbang by running sudo fdisk -l in a terminal window)
Search the Installation forum with 'grub' and you will find millions of examples.
Getting your questions answered here at ArchBang Forums
Please! Always give hardware info, if there is a chance that 's relevant: #lspci -vnn
Quote: What I have learnt from Linux is to minimize dependencies and functionalities for greater independence.
On Arch(bang) and Openbox: http://stillstup.blogspot.com/
Yet another option is to recover the boot loader from one of your debian/ubuntu builds and then run your update-grub for that install. It will then add the ArchBang installation to that version of grub.
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