I'm new to linux so please forgive me if this question is too easy
I have three OS's on my computer Win98SE, Win XP Home, and Linux Fedora.
At first I had Core 3 installed I then upgraded to Core 4. I originally set the
default boot as Windows but since the upgrade Linux is now the default boot.
How do I change it back to Windows.
Which boot loader do you use? Grub or lilo? I suppose it's Grub, so boot your Fedora system and edit /boot/grub/menu.lst. You'll find stanzas like this there:
Thanks for your quick reply Falko, and yes I do use Grub
When I tried your suggestion I found the file you said to edit, but I got an access denied
warning when I tried to open it. ( I used a text editor )
How do I get access to it?
You need root priveliges to open it. Login as root and try again.
Worked like a charm.
You guys are great, I got myself a "Linux for Dummies" book but it didn't help me at all with
this problem. I'll be coming here again when I have other questions.
I'm slowly becoming a Linux convert, I'm tired of fighting virus's and spyware and all the
other garbage that comes with using Windows
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