Added A Distro Called Pear ...... and quite like it - old oneiric but fast.
Generating grub.cfg ...
Found linux image: /boot/vmlinuz-3.0.0-20-generic
Found initrd image: /boot/initrd.img-3.0.0-20-generic
Found linux image: /boot/vmlinuz-3.0.0-16-generic
Found initrd image: /boot/initrd.img-3.0.0-16-generic
Found memtest86+ image: /boot/memtest86+.bin
Found Ubuntu 12.04 LTS (12.04) on /dev/sda10
Found Gentoo Base System release 2.0.3 on /dev/sda11
Found Ubuntu 12.04 LTS (12.04) on /dev/sda12
Found Debian GNU/Linux (wheezy/sid) on /dev/sda13
Found Arch Linux (rolling) on /dev/sda3
Found Ubuntu 12.04 LTS (12.04) on /dev/sda5
Found Linux Mint Debian Edition (1) on /dev/sda7
Found Dreamlinux-5 (1.0) on /dev/sda8
Found Ubuntu 11.04 (11.04) on /dev/sdb1
To copy your boot use a flash drive USB set up for linux ...... then if it is the second drive with the
identification of sdb1 ...... do df to find out .... and make sure it is the flash drive.
Puts grub MBR on - this I have as a backup of the MBR
Added a Distro called Pear .... interesting and fast too based on Oneiric .....
sed: -e expression #1, char 12: unterminated `s' command
I have added KDE to it though as I am quite used to this now ..... and it allows my wireless to pick up almost automatically - used the Nvidia Driver for setting up the TV though ..... some installations pick it up straight away ......
Ubuntu - KDE - Rebecca Black is one .... and Kahel OS is another.
Downloading Bodhi Linux ..... as this is the only one that may be of use that is also different to the ones below.
Could load Ultimate .... very close to normal Ubuntu .... except very flash in design.
Could load Linux Mint 12 .... again not that different to what we have seen in older versions.
but they are possibilities. ( May install the Mint 13 Mate )
Slackware is not going to be installed ..... had it before and am not keen on what it did to
boot menu ..... update-grub ..... gave errors back related to something in Slack took ages to work out that was the Distro causing it too.
* ( I once did install this as a challenge when Gnome-Shell first came out - it does not make me smile a lot ...... so its not going on )
Do I add more to this now ..... and if so which do I not know about that are really good now.
Check DistroWatch out
There are only 2 distros that seem to pick the wireless up automatically
There are 5 that set the TV monitor on DVI up reasonably well too
Arch ( Kahel OS )
So for the others more work is needed to get up and running .....
Fedora is the only one that Ubuntu did not set up correctly in Grub2 ......
Fresh Brewed Ubuntu
Way Too Much Ubuntu
Ubuntu addict and loving it
Quad Shot of Ubuntu
Chocolate-Covered Ubuntu Beans