in a previous version of openSUSE (I think it was v10.3), there was a possibility to directly/automatically start another OS after exiting (rebooting) openSUSE. This could be done through “right-clicking” on the Reboot (Restart) button from the KDE’s log-off dialog and choosing the OS you wanted to be started after the restart.
Please, does anybody know if this is possible in openSUSE 11.2 (KDE 4.4)?
PS: I know that GRUB enables that, but I prefer a “GUI way” rather than using command line and editing configuration files
Yes, edit the /usr/share/kde4/config/kdm/kdmrc file and modify the
line BootManager=None to BootManager=Grub if you use Grub or
BootManager=Lilo if you use Lilo
Microsoft Windows is like air conditioning
Stops working when you open a window.
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