Le 26/05/2019 à 19:04, ja a écrit :
On Sun, 2019-05-26 at 08:20 -0700, stan via users wrote:
> On Sun, 26 May 2019 10:49:00 +0200
> François Patte <francois.patte(a)mi.parisdescartes.fr> wrote:
>> For a long time now grubby has replaced grub2-mkconfig to update the
>> grub.cfg file. From this time, I have to correct the kernel update
>> manualy with grub2-mkconfig because every time grubby chooses a wrong
>> partition as the / partition.
>> The choosen partition is not mounted, it is empty, with no boot
>> Why grubby chooses this partition? It is so stupide that I am
>> wondering what is the way followed by grubby to to this?
> As far as I know, grubby used to merely copy the previous first entry in
> the grub.cfg file and replace the old kernel with the new kernel.
> So, that would imply that there is something wrong with the grub.cfg
> file. Of course, grubby could have a bug, but as you say it has worked
> fine for a long time.
> And, there is the new setup in F30, where it seems instead of a config
> file there are scriptlets that emulate a config file. I have no first
> hand experience with that, but I've seen people having trouble with it
> on this list. You might be running into that.
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My understanding is that grubby has been replaced for a standard install
I don't understant what you mean here...
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Things that may be relevant:
1. Fresh install not an upgrade
I update my f29 system
2. No separate /boot partition
I have a separate boot partition
3. EFI boot of install media - hence EFI installation
My install is not an EFI one
4. No logical volumes anywhere on the SSD
I use lvm
5. BLS installation by default !?
Moreover my system uses raid-1 + lvm
Do you mean that grubby --- which seems to be the grub configuration
tool chosen by fedora --- cannot handle my installation? What can I do:
change to another distrib?
another answer to my post says:
As far as I know, grubby used to merely copy the previous first entry
the grub.cfg file
I can say: no! If this was the case there will not be any problem...
My GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX in /etc/default/grub point to the right partition
but it seems that grubby does not care...
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