Gerald Dachs ubuntu at
Wed Feb 13 15:37:44 UTC 2008

Quoting Han Pilmeyer <pilux at>:

> On Wed, 2008-02-13 at 14:59 +0200, Matthias Andersson wrote:
>> During the setup I looked at the details and saw a message "the
>> /etc/kernel-img.conf file needs to be updated. please read news.debian[1]."
> I noticed the same thing last week. When you take a look at
> the /sbin/update-grub script you will notice two things:
>      1. The location of the news.debian file that you are looking for
>      2. That instead of /sbin/update-grub the new location is
>         now /usr/sbin/update-grub
> I believe this means that you should manually edit the kernel-img.conf
> file and change the location of update-grub.

This message comes up with every kernel update for months already. It is
directed to the packager of the ubuntu kernel. The ubuntu users can safely
ignore it.


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