arzajac at gmail.com
Wed Mar 28 15:11:29 UTC 2007
On 3/27/07, NoOp <glgxg at mfire.com> wrote:
> I'm running Feisty on some very old hardware (300MHZ) and in order to
> get the computer to shut down properly on it's own without my manual
> intervention I include acpi=force in the grub menu.
> The problem that I am having is that with all of the daily changes in
> Feisty, grub keeps getting rewritten/updated and the acpi=force command
> gets deleted each time. I have even tried placing before the automagic
> kernals list & that hasn't worked. Is there an easier way that I can
> enable this command outside of grub so that it sticks?
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There is a simple way to add kernel parameters without having to go
back each time a new kernel package is intstalled.
Edit the # kopt line in the menu.list. It is commented out, and grub
will ignore it. However, update-grub (the script that gets run every
time a new kernel is installed) will not ignore it and interperet the
list of parameters you put there and add them to every grub entry.
It's made to be easy to administer.
after you made the changes and they will be done to all your grub entries.
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