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Thread: Hide Ubuntu in Grub Customizer by a mistake

  1. #1
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    Hide Ubuntu in Grub Customizer by a mistake

    Hello everyone!
    I tried to install Ubuntu along with Windows 10 on my laptop. Then I tried to move Windows to the top in the Grub Customizer, but I I unchecked most of the list except the one i was moving, Windows 10.
    So when I restart it only shows Windows 10 in the list. So Is there anyway to log back to Ubuntu just by Grub Command Line please? Thank you very much and sorry for my bad english!

  2. #2
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    Re: Hide Ubuntu in Grub Customizer by a mistake

    you are gonna need a live usb (the same you used for installing ubuntu), then install grub customizer and customize it again. Remember, dont install ubuntu, just grub customizer

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    Re: Hide Ubuntu in Grub Customizer by a mistake

    Maybe it can be fixed just from live media, on the premise that the customizer made some permission changes to some grub files in Ubuntu.

    Boot into Ubuntu 18.04 live media.
    Open File Manager.
    From Side Pane, open "Other Locations".
    Find the listing for the Ubuntu OS you installed on the internal drive, and open it in Files. Find the etc folder in the window and open it. Find grub.d folder in the window, right-click on the folder and open in terminal.
    In the terminal, run command:
    Code:
    ls -l
    and post the output in code tags.

  4. #4
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    Re: Hide Ubuntu in Grub Customizer by a mistake

    boot live media, chroot into your installation and run sudo update-grub. The instructions below should work.

    http://grainier.net/how-to-reinstall...buntu-live-cd/

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