GRUB from windows

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    GRUB from windows

    Hello,

    It's possible install and configure the GRUB from windows?

    bye

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    Yes, I don't see why not.

    Try your luck with cygwin.

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    If you plan to do this without ever touching Linux, grubinstall or grub4dos will do it. I'm unfamiliar with grub4dos, but seems nice. grubinstall is what I used recently to recover from my still newb Linux usage.
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