[Bug 21412] Re: Default update-grub behaviour is not intuitive with respect to user modifications
mdz at ubuntu.com
Mon Jan 28 22:07:50 UTC 2008
On Mon, Jan 28, 2008 at 09:56:25PM -0000, Steve Langasek wrote:
> This bug has been fixed in hardy, in grub version 0.97-29ubuntu7 and
> grub (0.97-29ubuntu7) hardy; urgency=low
> * debian/update-grub: use ucf to record changes to the autogenerated
> kernel list
> It is still advisable that boot options for other operating systems such
> as Windows be added outside the "automagic kernels list" markers, but
> going forward users will receive a debconf warning from update-grub if
> the update will overwrite local changes.
This is certainly an improvement, but it seems to always trigger on the
first upgrade to 0.97-29ubuntu7 or later, even if the file hasn't been
modified. Is it possible to fix that, so that it's silent unless the user
actually modifies the file?
Default update-grub behaviour is not intuitive with respect to user modifications
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