On Thu, 2018-05-31 at 06:42 -0700, Gerald B. Cox wrote:
On Thu, May 31, 2018 at 6:08 AM, Chris Adams <linux(a)cmadams.net>
> Once upon a time, Hans de Goede <hdegoede(a)redhat.com> said:
> > And for F30, single OS install we get:
> > 1) grub menu not shown, 0 second timeout, no way to get to the
> > 2) grub menu shown with 5 sec timeout after a failed boot
> If I know I want the menu (say I need to boot single-user to fix
> something), how would I do that in this setup?
I'm fine with changing the default - I understand that under normal
circumstances most people could care less about seeing the screen -
do strongly agree with the comment above. When things sometimes go
south and you need that menu, there needs to be a simple, well
way to get it... easily... without having to go on a google treasure
hunt to find the instructions. Otherwise, don't do it.
How would this feature interact with things like /.autorelabel? Would
the presentation of the grub menu in that case still depend on the
previous boot being marked as successful? Is a boot that only does a
And how about differences between upgrades (I think that the boot
loader is in that case not re-installed IIRC) vs. new installations.
Could that cause issues?