Re: GRUB Question

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> No I still think the correct thing is to ignore the boot sector on sdb
> and just add a normal kernel booting stanza in the grub.conf on sda that
> refers to the kernel on sdb. I now realize you may have to have a
> softlink from /etc/grub.conf on sdb to the grub.conf in /boot on sda.
Well, I solved the issue by having the mandriva installation place the
boot loader in the first sector of sdb1 and chainload that sector.

You do bring up some interesting thoughts though, with the grub.conf
file being from two different distros how would the mandriva update
handle the stanzas for fedora.

A soft link might be the way to go though.

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