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Grub help [message #34988] Mon, 16 February 2009 21:27 Go to next message
steeleweb is currently offline  steeleweb
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I have been working on installing openvz to ubuntu, I am new to the Linux OS and would like so better how to's.

My question is about the grub no being openvz, there are at least 4 entries of ubuntu in this. My question I have added the openvz to this, do I need to take out the entries of ubuntu and leave the openvz?

Also is there any clear cut install procedures for openvz that are up to date for the newest disto's?

Thanks,
Re: Grub help [message #34991 is a reply to message #34988] Tue, 17 February 2009 08:51 Go to previous messageGo to next message
linuxmanju is currently offline  linuxmanju
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> do I need to take out the entries of ubuntu and leave the openvz?

No need to take out the other entries, But make sure that openvz kernel is the default one.

> Also is there any clear cut install procedures for openvz that are up to date for the newest disto's?

The one in the wiki ASFIK is the best one. And easy to understand.
Re: Grub help [message #34994 is a reply to message #34991] Tue, 17 February 2009 13:09 Go to previous message
steeleweb is currently offline  steeleweb
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Is there a way to make it the dafault? or do I just need to put it at the top?
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