I'm currently on a new dualboot setup and I'd like to change the order of GRUB's boot options as well as change the GRUB being used.
More precisely, I installed Ubuntu alongside Crunchbang last week (ended up being a mistake) so I'm now using Ubuntu's GRUB with Ubuntu at the top of the list. Is it possible to change it so that the computer will launch Crunchbang's GRUB with #! as the primary boot system?
I'm sorry, but that command doesn't solve the problem.
sudo fdisk -l