Is a portable version to add to a disk iso available?

Asked by Paul Sperbeck on 2017-11-22

I'm trying to help a friend, and I'm not sure if this is possible to do.
He has a dual boot laptop and no password to the Linux installation. At this point all he wants to do is reorder the boot sequence to boot windows first.
I am not much more experienced than he is and I am not comfortable with the tools that I have found to edit the boot sequence other than Boot Customizer, as many of them appear to be designed to create a dual boot system rather than just modify it.
If you have a better solution to help, please let me know.

Thanks

paul

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Just install grub customizer to your linux installation and use ut to reorder your menuentries... or whats the problem doing this?

Paul Sperbeck (ironmonger) said : #2

Theres'e the problem, I have no access to his Linux installation.
I'm not confident in my command line enough to mess with someones else's system. The Grub customizer is my idea of a safe method.
Since I first posted here I have found an online description of how to create a live cd/usb
That will work