Goodmorning everyone, I have already read the previous posts on the subject and I have not been able to find an answer that perfectly suits my needs, and they are all very old so maybe in the meantime simpler solutions have come out: I have a pc with two hard drives, one has Windows 7 and one Ubuntu. I would like to keep Windows 7 and install Lakka instead of Ubuntu. Now the grub is installed in the Ubuntu drive which is set as primary on startup. Is there a way to keep the current situation, that is, to have at startup the choice of which operating system to start? Thanks!
i tried to do that, but the only why i could do dual boot with windows was to install a Linux OS, then manually make a 2 partitions for lakka, and have a small partition to install Linux on.
I have windows on one drive and lakka and my Linux OS on the order drive, and it works fine for me.