Talk:Features/Grub2

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After creating a grub config file with grub2-mkconfig, the file it creates contains a warning urging me not to edit it. I'd like to make some changes to this file. Would it be a problem to no longer make it read-only? Is there some more automated way to make changes? I think that this article should make the answers to these questions clear. [[User:Enderandpeter|Enderandpeter]] 22:39, 21 August 2010 (UTC)
 
After creating a grub config file with grub2-mkconfig, the file it creates contains a warning urging me not to edit it. I'd like to make some changes to this file. Would it be a problem to no longer make it read-only? Is there some more automated way to make changes? I think that this article should make the answers to these questions clear. [[User:Enderandpeter|Enderandpeter]] 22:39, 21 August 2010 (UTC)
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Could there be a decision whether or not working USB keyboard support in Grub2 is a requirement or not? I'm talking of the with-driver support, not the legacy USB support that BIOS offers. Last I've tried it with various computers it's hardlocked them without any output. I wanted to bring this up because it's possible some day the legacy USB support will no longer exist and that point we have no bootloader which supports USB keyboards unless this works. (Grub legacy only supports legacy USB) [[User:nanonyme|nanonyme]] 01:38, 17 March 2011 (GMT+2)

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It would be great to know if this will land in Fedora 14 or be deferred.

After creating a grub config file with grub2-mkconfig, the file it creates contains a warning urging me not to edit it. I'd like to make some changes to this file. Would it be a problem to no longer make it read-only? Is there some more automated way to make changes? I think that this article should make the answers to these questions clear. Enderandpeter 22:39, 21 August 2010 (UTC)

Could there be a decision whether or not working USB keyboard support in Grub2 is a requirement or not? I'm talking of the with-driver support, not the legacy USB support that BIOS offers. Last I've tried it with various computers it's hardlocked them without any output. I wanted to bring this up because it's possible some day the legacy USB support will no longer exist and that point we have no bootloader which supports USB keyboards unless this works. (Grub legacy only supports legacy USB) nanonyme 01:38, 17 March 2011 (GMT+2)