I've got a triple boot system with OSX, Ubuntu and Windows 7. Currently when I boot I get the refit menu first which sees all the partitions nicely, and if I choose os X it works just dandy, but if I choose either linux or win7 it goes to the grub menu and I then have to choose again. Sure it works, but it's tedious.
Now I hear that if I don't want to go to the grub menu when I choose windows, I have to install grub to the boot sector of the linux partition instead of the MBR. I've found a few instructions for how to do this when setting up a system, but not when it's already installed.
Can I move grub without having to reinstall windows and Ubuntu? TIA.