If ubuntu overwrites your mbr (Grub 2)

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http://crunchbanglinux.org – A minor annoyance with a simple fix - I'm posting it in case it saves someone from having to use something more powerful and dangerous like a live disk.I've got Ubuntu on a different partition from Statler, and an update the other day from Karmic to Lucid ended with the Ubuntu version of the Grub2 menu written onto my Master Boot Record. It's no big deal - the Crunchbang entry is still there, but it's no longer the default choice and the Statler "powered by Debian" splash image is missing. Googling around brought up lots of solutions involving booting from a live (HowTos)