Replacing grubby with grub2-mkconfig in kernel install process

Frank Murphy frankly3d at
Sun Jun 17 09:08:30 UTC 2012

On 17/06/12 05:08, Ben Rosser wrote:
> In Fedora 17, when you install grub2 and generate a fresh config file,
> that config is produced by grub2-mkconfig. However, when you install a
> kernel update, the kernel's entry is added to the grub2 boot menu by grubby.
> This produces messy grub boot menus.

find and replace, is a blessing

> boot option and places the other
> kernels and their recovery mode environments in a submenu called
> "Advanced Options".

I know, I replace this with a nice list of kernels.

> Now, I never really liked seeing three kernels on the main menu to begin
> with,

I agree, always changed mine to 12 + BFO


"Jack of all, fubars"

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