There is Win7 and ubuntu11.10 and i want to install kubuntu also (64bit). I have started installation on a separate partition and decided to install grub on this and not on boot-one, where it still is. In the mid of the process i stopped, because two grubs are not working,i guess. But the question of the installer was not to add a new system, instead to install grub (new i guess).
- Does this mean it will find automatically my old two systems or will i have trouble to add those again?
- Has somebody done it, working with chosing all three + options?
Also there are now some kubuntu files in my /home on another partition, seems to be damaged, because i cannot delete them, also in /usr/share. They are perhaps from installing an iso of kubuntu on CD, which works, but not fine. The boot screen is not to read, with "enter" it starts.
So two questions:
- What does grub really do, while "installed"?
- How to delete a damaged empty file, which seems to be only the icon. I have no right to delete, because it is not there or doesn´t exist, is only to see.
Strange, isn´t it?