Dne, 24. 11. 2010 19:34:38 je Sthu Deus napisal(a):
This is what I have now at the place in the file:
Is it correct? - For now it works not - but I set 1 sec to wait - so I
will try latter w/ larger period.
As far as I can tell, it should be OK. If I were you, I would set that
to at least 10 seconds until it works, then, once I got it working, I'd
set it back to 1 sec.
Save the file, run update-grub (as root again), and reboot.
I have two similar files here:
should I use the first one only? - Can You shed some light here?
I *think* the second one should be just a softlink to the second one,
or vice versa. I'd try running the first one and then check whether
/boot/grub/grub.cfg has changed. If I remember right, it should now
have the new insmod commands somewhere (it's what update-grub does,
essentially -- it parses the various scripts in /etc/grub.d and builds
the new /boot/grub/grub.cfg from them).
How I do update my grub2 configuration is
You shouldn't have to do that anymore. That was only needed the first
time you installed Grub2 onto your MBR; given that you obviously have
Grub installed now, you only need to run 'update-grub'. That will
re-configure Grub in a relatively safe way, that is, without
re-installing it. So, I wouldn't reccommend running grub-install, no.
Again, what we're doing here is pretty much guesswork, so there's no
guarantee we will be able to make it work. But there's no harm in
P.S. Sorry for the messed-up formatting, my mail client is having a fit.
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