It's my first time installing two systems in a dual-boot configuration. I have them both on a single hard drive. When installing linux, I requested to place grub in a bootable area of linux partition rather then MBR, grub has identified Windows7 on the other partition and added grub.conf. However after rebooting PC, it still boots in Windows7, so I had to install EasyBSD to have a choice of boot between linux or windows.
Now, I'd like to get rid of EasyBCD, and stay with grub. Is it possible to have grub dual-boot my systems? (I've read lots in Internet, and most recommend to use EasyBCD). But I think if I make linux partition bootable (with fdisk /dev/sda, and pressing 'a' in the menu), I should be able to have what I want -- upon reset, control goes to grub and I select what to boot further.
Am I right thinking so, or there's something I'm missing and there's some specifics with Windows7-Linux dual-boot?