64 Studio installation has overwritten my GRUB instead of adding to it.
Hi, group- I've installed 64 Studio on a free partition to test it out, and instead of adding its entry to my existing GRUB menu, it seems to have created its own GRUB menu.lst which stands alone on the 64 Studio partition. Now when I boot, I only see that menu, listing only 64 Studio. On my main partition (running Ubuntu 9.04), the original /boot/grub/menu.lst is still intact, but I'm at a loss for how to use it instead of the one created by 64 Studio. I'd eventually like to add 64 Studio to that list, but for now, I just want to restore my original setup. Any idea how I boot from my original menu.lst? Thanks for any light you can shed! -Mark