Changing OS Boot Order in GRUB2
location: linuxquestions.com - date: May 10, 2012
So i have 2 operating systems on my machine right now (backtrack5 and ubuntu 12.04)
currently backtrack5 is at the top of the list of the GRUB boot loader and is automatically selected after 9 seconds (default)
ive looked all over saw things saying change the file /etc/boot/grub. so i went to "/etc/boot/grub" and changed "GRUB_DEFAULT=4" to select the 5th option in the list (starts at 0 and goes up)
the second option i tried
/boot/grub/menu.lst (this file i dont have)
Well the first option didnt work and the second one couldnt be done for obvious reasons, so im wondering if anyone has any idea how i can do it.
I want this so i can reboot my server via SSH client remotely, and have the server boot back up so i can continue using it.
FreeBSD vs PCBSD vs NetBSD vs Other, what are the advantages of each?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 7, 2007
I was thinking about install FreeBSD on my laptop. However before i do i would like to know if there are any advantages to PC-BSD, NetBSD or any other BSD varients. Or if there are any disadvantages to FreeBSD.
What are the major differences between the different forms and falvors of BSD.
PCBSD or OpenBSD?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 27, 2011
I've been using Ubuntu for a while now and want to start looking at non-Ubuntu based OS's. I really got looking at -BSD based OS's and have come across PC and Open. Which one would be the best for a person just starting into the BSD world? I know OpenBSD is more secure, but I've read that because of that security it's almost useless to the average user.
I do also have PC-BSD already downloaded and on a CD. It booted fine and worked perfectly with all my hardware.
Any tips on this, and any guides you know of to work from would be cool!
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