Why a "learning experience"?
'Cause when I've finished recovering, I'll know more ;/
The install went fairly smoothly until it set up Grub. I had
opted for guided install using all free space. It correctly
detected Windows and asked permission to write to boot
partition. I accepted.
NOW, when system boots I have 2 choices - Debian and Debian
in recovery mode.
b. Can I do anything at this point to allow choice to boot
[Not sure whether I have WinXP or Vista. Bought a used
Thinkpad R61 explicitly to experiment. No critical files
there but having a familiar OS would be very convenient.
Worst case, I advance experiments with Wine. I have only one
must have program which depends on a Windows environment and
it is known to run well under Wine.]
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