I have a dual-boot machine with Windows and Linux on it. It doesn't reside at my hand, instead , it's placed in the datacenter which I have to access remotely. For most of time, I work on Linux. But there is some occasion that I have to use the Windows OS on it. Here is the problem. I hope to do all those following things remotely.
- Do some magic to Grub. Reboot the machine from Linux.
- Grub boots Windows.
- Access Windows remotely. Work done. Reboot the machine from Windows.
- Grub boots Linux.
So I wonder whether I can set the booting target at the next time, for only once? Thanks.