Can I install GRUB from Windows?
EasyBCD can automatically install a GRUB-based bootloader called NeoGrub. It’ll be chainloaded from the Windows bootloader, and you can edit its configuration file from within Windows; it also supports NTFS so you can save the kernel to the NTFS partition and load it from there.
How do I manually install GRUB?
- Mount root to /mnt.
- Mount /boot to /mnt/boot.
- Mount system pseudo file systems under /mnt.
- “change root” or chroot to /mnt.
- Under /boot/grub, there is a file called “device.
- Launch the grub interactive shell.
- In the interactive shell, you will see a “grub>” prompt.
- Type quit.
How do I completely reinstall GRUB?
- Place your SLES/SLED 10 CD 1 or DVD in the drive and boot up to the CD or DVD.
- Enter the command “fdisk -l”.
- Enter the command “mount /dev/sda2 /mnt”.
- Enter the command “grub-install –root-directory=/mnt /dev/sda”.
- Once this command completes successfully reboot your system by entering the command “reboot”.
Can you install grub without Linux?
Yes it is. G As GRUB is a stand-alone boot loader and can be installed onto a computer that doesn’t have Linux installed, to boot those operating systems that are installed.
Can Grub be installed on NTFS?
No, stable grub does not support booting from NTFS at the moment. You would need a small FAT partition to use GRUB. Alternatively, consider using the native bootloader or another third-party loader. That being said, support is being worked on for (currently alpha) grub2.
How install Linux in Windows boot manager?
Select the Linux/BSD tab. Click in the type list box, select Ubuntu; enter the name of the Linux distribution, choose automatically locate and load then click Add Entry. Reboot your computer. You will now see a boot entry for Linux on the Windows graphical boot manager.
How do I get Ubuntu back after installing Windows?
The graphical way
- Insert your Ubuntu CD, reboot your computer and set it to boot from CD in the BIOS and boot into a live session. You can also use a LiveUSB if you have created one in the past.
- Install and run Boot-Repair.
- Click “Recommended Repair”.
- Now reboot your system. The usual GRUB boot menu should appear.