Otra posible salida: edita el archivo /etc/grub.d/40_custom y le agregas el menuentry que te interesa. Debes indicar disco y partición, UUID y kernel. Luego, sudo update-grub.
on 04/01/2012 – Made popular on 04/01/2012
Q1. In /boot/grub/grub there are many references to a UUID.
Where does grub get this reference? I would like to change the source and then run update-grub.
I prefer not to edit the grub file manually because then when I do run update-grub the UUID will come back.
Hi, always remember to save the output of grub-mkconfig to your /boot/grub/grub.cfg, that doesn't happen automatically. I suppose that is your problem since GRUB2 shows all entries it finds in its config file even if they are garbage e.g. the partition or loader doesn't exist.I have this alias in my .bashrc so I won't ever forget.
My desktop PC is dual-boot: Fedora and Ubuntu. Grub2 is "owned" by Ubuntu. In Ubuntu /etc/grub.d I have a 40_custom entry for Fedora. Every time there is a Fedora kernel update, I must edit the 40_custom entry, boot Ubuntu, and run update-grub.
I'm planning to use fedup to upgrade from F17 to F18.
Hola buenas.Resulta que tengo tres particiones. En una tengo instalada Chakra, la otra está pensada para instalar la nueva iso de Mageia y en la tercera he instalado Arch Linux. He probado ha ejecutar os-prober, upgrade-grub... y veo que no me reconoce la nueva distro.
(Pretty green when it comes to ubuntu so bear with me.)
Just got 13.04 (3.8.0-19 kernel) installed on my macbook pro 8,2 via usb drive, then used the live cd to make the necesary changes to grub so that it would only use the integrated graphics on boot as opposed to that power hungry AMD (also it wouldn't boot otherwise)
Everythings running fine except for the fact that OSX won't boot from the g