really? 10.04 gave me no problems at all. installs worked fine, everything was smooth and good.
The new Ubuntu 10.04 kinda sucks - so many people have problems with it - especially installation problems
same here but I don't like how updating the kernel effs up my whole boot setup.
Here's my setup:
In bios, the boot order is SDB first (and then SDA)
SDB contains a Bios Boot Partition containing the files needed to boot grub which is in sdb1 (or something)
and SDA contains the Windows boot manager etc. I chainload the Windows boot manager from Grub2.
Whenever grub2 or the kernel updates, grub2 gets installed in SDA overwriting the windows boot sector.
is there any way to correct this?