$page = "grub-choose-default";
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$path = "wiki/GrubChooseDefault";
$i = 0;
$items[$i]['title'] = "Control Grub Default through a GUI";
$items[$i]['body'] = "Do you have a dual boot system?
Isn't it annoying when you want to reboot from Linux into Windows or vice-versa, and you have to wait for the machine to shut down, BIOS to initialize just so that you can now select the OS that you want to boot into?
grub-choose-default gives you a GUI that you can use to easily select the next default for grub and you can go and grab a snack while your computer reboots without having to wait for anything.
It's a very simple program that just reads your grub menu entries and then lets you click on the one you want to be the next default."; $i++; $items[$i]['title'] = "How It Works"; $items[$i]['body'] = "In grub's menu.lst file you need to specify default saved, so that grub consults the file default in the grub directory to see which entry it should boot. That file is then modified by grub-choose-default"; $i++; $items[$i]['title'] = "Cross Platform"; $items[$i]['body'] = "grub-choose-default is written in Python (which is required to be installed at the moment) and works under Linux and Windows.
Under Linux it reads /boot/grub/menu.lst and writes your choice to /boot/grub/default
Under Windows you need to get access to your Linux /boot. If you are running ext2/3, then you can use Ext2IFS, which gives you access to your ext2/3 partitions as regular drives under Windows. grub-set-default currently needs this and thus does not work with /boot on reiserfs or other filesystems (unless someone can point me to a similar FS driver as for Ext2IFS).
Then grub-choose-default searches all your drives for a grub/menu.lst or a boot/grub/menu.lst. There currently is no way to specify manually where menu.lst resides, please let me know if this is needed. "; $i++; $items[$i]['title'] = "Reboot"; $items[$i]['body'] = "Introduced in version 0.2 is the ability to reboot right after the new grub default has been set. Under Linux there are many different ways to start the logging off procedure -- dependent on the desktop environment that you are using. For that reason (and since any program ran through sudo won't be able to interact with the desktop environment of the regular user), the reboot is handled by a wrapper script. See the reboot/ subdirectory for supplied scripts. At the moment only scripts for xfce4 and gnome have been included, but it shouldn't be very hard to adjust them to your current desktop environment. If you do so, please email me your script, and I'll include it in the next release. "; $i++; $items[$i]['title'] = "Prerequisites"; $items[$i]['body'] = "