Some days ago the update system of my Ubuntu 7.04 has notified to me the presence of upgrades availables, between which the kernel package and, as a good user, i’ve upgraded my system, and all it has gone well.
My PC is in dual boot mode, and it allows me to choose Ubuntu or FreeBSD (that resides on two different hd SATA) using Ubuntu’s bootloader, Grub.
Today, in order to test the latests commits on E17, i’ve tried to go on BSD, but the entry on Grub menu was disappeared!
Looking into /boot/grub folder i’ve seen a menu.lst~, a backup file probably created by the upgrade of kernel package, that contains the entries added by me: putting it into new menu.lst i’m able to start my favorite BSD flavour. Now there’s a copy of menu.lst on my ~…
Can the merging with a preexisting menu.lst be a interesting feature for Ubuntu?