Updating grub menu lst
Please check again to make sure that GRUB is written to the appropriate boot devices. And let me tell you: if you choose wrong, your instance will not boot again.EC2 won’t even display the system log in the AWS interface, it will just sit there and never come back up again.If it has changed, a sane procedure could be to append the user modified configurations under a title !!Manually modified automatic grub entries, please check your /etc/grub/!!Thanks again, Christoph update-grub has been reimplemented from scratch in the grub2 package.It can't have this kind of problems now, because it uses a compeltely different approach at finding the root device (by scanning /dev/). So, the fact that this is fixed for grub2 should lead to closing the bug in grub.Please try the grub2 implementation, and if you find other problems report bugs to that package. Note: this address is only intended for spam harvesters. Using grub's as the configuration file for update-grub is a horrid broken hack.I think this should be fixed _in grub_, not in grub2. Last modified: Sun Sep 1 2019; Machine Name: beach Debian Bug tracking system Debbugs is free software and licensed under the terms of the GNU Public License version 2.
I then updated /boot/grub/and ran grub-install manually.-- "Programming today is a race between software engineers striving to build bigger and better idiot-proof programs, and the Universe trying to produce bigger and better idiots.So far, the Universe is winning." -- (Rich Cook) Saludos /\/\ /\ ...-- no debconf information severity 383282 important retitle 383282 update-grub and current file are not user-friendly thanks, Hello, I believe the problem you are dealing with is due to a not very clear usage of as a configuration file for update-grub.Please look in you menu.lst, you'll find a line with: ### BEGIN AUTOMAGIC KERNELS LIST followed by some documentation on how to modify the parameters update-grub uses.
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I don't think this is such a difficult thing to do.