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    Default add a option for usb flash drive to GRUB (opensuse 10.3)

    hi i have a pc with 103 on that doesnt boot from usb but i have 2 usb sticks one with mandriva other with 11.2 m4 is there any way i can add a usb boot option to grub?
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    Default Re: add a option for usb flash drive to GRUB (opensuse 10.3)

    Boot with both USB-sticks attached to uhe machine. Then, in Yast, create a new bootloader configuration and save it. If all goes well, Yast should find the 2 installs and put an entry in the GRUB menu. This is the way it should work.

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