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Feb
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comment How to beat GRUB2 into submission?
Thanks! I have tried a number in the past, but that number was '14' and did not work. However, a lower-ordered number (e.g. '2') does work. This lines up with the first-match hypothesis. I generally try to stay away from using numbers to avoid the non-determinism inherent with using automatically enumerated identifiers.
Feb
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Feb
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comment How to beat GRUB2 into submission?
Thanks! I'm now trying to find a way to incorporate this into /etc/grub.d as this is a shared machine and I don't want someone clobbering my config by updating the kernel, etc...
Feb
3
comment How to beat GRUB2 into submission?
@ElliottFrisch - I miss lilo, reminds me of my much simpler slackware days
Feb
3
comment How to beat GRUB2 into submission?
Is it possible to script (i.e. not using sed or perl) booting into different kernels using syslinux? I'm looking to switch back and forth from Xen programmatically.
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Nov
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comment md raid1 ext3 and 4k sectors slow with directory operations
Okay, will check when I get home. I'm using ext3 because I'm still (possibly unjustifiably so) concerned with the reliability of ext4.