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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Has the number of releases of Grub2 since this feature's page was first created - coupled with other distributions acceptance and testing of Grub2 - enable us to edit some of the things under "Scope"?

Revision as of 19:44, 24 May 2011

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)

Can this be edited to reflect the change in time

Has the number of releases of Grub2 since this feature's page was first created - coupled with other distributions acceptance and testing of Grub2 - enable us to edit some of the things under "Scope"?