If you use squeeze or sid, you will not have a menu.lst, because you they use grub 2. In this case boot in your system and do, as root,
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If you use lenny, just create a menu.lst.
I do create a menu.lst in my /boot/grub
but after I installed it into MBR as follows:
I reboot my laptop , it enter into grub bash console instead of grub menu .
I use find command to look for menu.lst
there's no found file.
so , I don't know how to do with it . How to create menu.lst in grub.