How to permanently set kernel boot options on an installed OS (not wubi) – grub

Before doing the steps below, take a backup. To permanently change the default kernel boot options, press ALT+F2 or open a terminal from system > accessories > terminal. Type in the following command: $ gksudo gedit /etc/default/grub <enter>

A text editor will open with the grub configuration file. Near the top of that file you . . . → Read More: How to permanently set kernel boot options on an installed OS (not wubi) – grub

Recover from Grub 2 / boot corruption or crash in Fedora 16

Ubuntu 11.10 install using the Upgrade Now option corrupted tbe Fedora 16 /boot/grub2/grub.cfg file. To recover it, this is what can be done:

Boot from the DVD or the Net Installation version. Note that the Live CD will not help. Select the Troubleshoot menu option and from within that, select the Rescue menu option One . . . → Read More: Recover from Grub 2 / boot corruption or crash in Fedora 16

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