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Boot [and install] from .iso via Grub2

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http://crunchbang.org – dentex wrote:Hi ew.i've just read something about installing an image on HD with unetbootin.it should copy new data on the root of a partition and should be safe for other data, also handling the existent grub configuration about adding the new menu. Can you confirm that? Tomorrow I'm gonna try. thanks for answering.It worked for me. But I can not guarantee anything. As for grub, it always was my intention to let the new install handle grub, therefore the original grub was overwritten and the unetbootin-entry was removed by the new install. The danger I can see is if the install some (HowTos)