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[all variants] Debian Sid chrooted in Ubuntu 10.10

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http://ubuntuforums.org – Hi all- I have a semi- production workstation currently running 10.10. I'd like to try out some newer features (GNOME3, Linux 3.1, etc.) during off- hours, but I can't really afford much downtime in my main system. I've set up sid in chroot with debootstrap, and I'd like to make this bootable. I *could* of course, create a new partition, but I'm using a 60GB SSD and I'd really rather not fool around with moving files back and forth constantly. My question, then, is how do I edit Grub 2 to boot the newer linux image with /sid as the root filesystem? I've seen a few tutorials about cr (Hardware)