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The line you are looking for is: if [ x"${feature_menuentry_id}" = xy ]; then menuentry_id_option="--id" else menuentry_id_option="" fi Gives you the value of feature_menuentry_id and if it's equal to xy then it will add the --id parameter to your entry: menuentry 'Ubuntu 14.04 Trusty Tahr (on sda5)' --class ubuntu --class gnu-linux --class gnu ...


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In looking through the manual it only seems to pertain to theming. This excerpt had a bit more on the subject. excerpt - http://www.gnu.org/software/grub/manual/grub.html#menuentry The boot menu where GRUB displays the menu entries from the “grub.cfg” file. It is a list of items, where each item has a title and an optional icon. The icon is selected ...


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FreeBSD's boot loader isn't very good at multi-booting apparently. In which case, it's probably overwritten Ubuntu's boot loader (grub2) with it's own. A possible solution would be to boot into FreeBSD and configure it to install it's boot loader on the slice(partition) where FreeBSD is installed (as opposed to the MBR). Next boot into the Ubuntu CD/DVD ...


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Thanks for your post. I solved a nearly identical error message -- "file '/grub2/i386-pc/normal.mod' not found" after a new installation of Linux CentOS 5.11 on an old Dell Optiplex computer with Windows Vista, in order to make a dual-boot system. What complicated my situation was that I had already tried and failed to install the newer Fedora 20 distro, ...



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