KGRUBEditor is a KDE utility, that edits GRUB's configuration files through an inituitive user interface. It combines both ease of use with flexibility and is the perfect solution for those who want to configure GRUB, without messing with its files.
Easy for use.
Odd, but life used to be easier or is it me? Where in this program can I alter the boot order or at least select the o/s if it times out without input? Whether its this program or the standard settings in Sabayon I do not have a clue. Even the help files are evading me. Help would be appreciated. Sorry to bug :(
This is a really great app for those of use who live in the Windows and Ubuntu worlds, but it is a unbelieveable nightmare to install anywhere including Ubuntu 10.04, i.e., obviously needs to be included as a standard app in Ubuntu. After trying to install this app in Ubuntu it is more than understandable why users are more than willing to pay Microsoft big $ to avoid this kind of grief. Life is too short for this!