Grub configuration: startupmanager

If you want to change grub boot sequence on Debian, once upon a time you have to edit /etc/menu.lst.

Now, you can:

sudo apt-get install startupmanager

startupmanager

and got a relaxing GUI instead. Well, you can read the resulting menu.lst, it’ll be useful when you can only rely on nano. 😉

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