I appreciate things don't always happen quickly on mailing lists, but
I'm sitting here with an inaccessible Debian install after acting on the
basis of an assertion made on this list.
I think it would be a kind gesture if I were not left hanging too long.
Date: Sun, 11 Mar 2018 21:55:59 +0100
Subject: Re: Re: Installing 2 encrypted Debians alongside Windows
From: "coco...@t-online.de" <coco...@t-online.de>
Based on your answer, I proceeded with the install. However, the
pre-existing Debian install (Debian A) does _not_ appear to have been
automatically added to the final Grub boot menu.
I used the following walkthrough (minus steps 25 and 29) when installing
both Debian A and Debian B:
The new boot menu presented contains only the following entries:
Advanced options for Debian GNU/Linux
Windows Boot Manager
The Debian entry is for the new install, Debian B, which boots
I've checked, and I'm confident that Debian A's partitions were not
harmed during the install process.
How do I add the option to boot Debian A back to the Grub boot menu?
Will it be obvious during that process how to customise the way the new
entry appears in the list?
Date: Mon, 05 Mar 2018 20:02:24 +0100
Subject: Re: Installing 2 encrypted Debians alongside Windows
From: "Jonathan Carter (highvoltage)" <j...@debian.org>
To: "coco...@t-online.de" <coco...@t-online.de>,
On 05/03/2018 17:44, coco...@t-online.de wrote:
> If I try to accomplish this with the 9.2.1 install DVD, will Debian
> Installer be aware of the existence of the pre-existing Debian install
> when generating/updating Grub?