Re: F11: No boot menu

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On 09/14/2009 06:41 PM, lanas wrote:
> Hello all,
> 
>   F11 is great.  So great that I've installed at work for daily use,
> replacing my F8 installation.  x86_64 at that.  
> 
>   Anyhow, I have F8 on /dev/sda6 and installed F11 on /dev/sda1.  After
> install and full update, there's no boot menu that allows choosing
> between F8 (which is still there on disk) and F11.
> 
>   A grub.conf file exists with two entries, one for the original F11
> 2.9.29 kernel, and one for the updated 2.9.30 kernel.  Even that is not
> shown at boot time.  I could add the F8 info to the file, although the
> ones already in there are not offered at boot time.
> 
>   Is there now a special key sequence to access the once familiar boot
> menu ?  If I install F11 on a computer that has Windows (although on a
> different partition) will it still be possible to dual-boot
> Windows/F11 ?
> 

Edit /etc/grub.conf and comment out the line "hiddenmenu" and set the
timeout value to something reasonable (like 10 or 15).

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  Steve
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