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On Tue, Aug 06, 2002 at 01:29:33AM -0400, Simon Law wrote:
> 	The easiest way is to edit the /boot/grub/menu.lst file to say
> something different under the "default 0" entry.  Say, change the 0 to a
> 1.  Since GRUB reads its menu file every boot, it is functionally
> equivalent.
> 	Actually, more flexible, come to think of it.  You can do a lot
> of restart-hackery with SysV scripts and sed.  Yikes!

no, the disadvantage is, that if the "new" boot fails and you reboot the
system, you are stuck in the broken boot. Thats the idea behind the lilo
option, no need for a script to be run to reset it.


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