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As many, I had to spend some time fixing up the grub-2.02beta bootloader after fresh 0.3.1 install. After many hours of trying to fix it (at the time I didn't know that it was officially recognised bug and thought I had messed up with the install) I finally got it fixed. And now my x220 has a functioning dual boot. But... I want a nice graphical dual boot and I found BURG installation guide.

Now my question is, will using BURG bypass the grub-2.02beta or are they somehow related to each other? And if BURG fails will there be a shell where I can somehow boot the system like with grub?

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    I would not recommend installing Burg because development of it stopped. If you look at Launchpad you can see that the last edit was in 2013. This can create some serious issues. For example: Burg does not support EFI/UEFI and it has some mayor flaws with some graphic drivers. – Jeroen Nov 16 '15 at 8:55
  • With that in mind, maybe rEFInd would be better solution instead of grub? – Hannu Soini Nov 17 '15 at 16:56

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