Manual fix of Grub2 impossible

Liam Proven lproven at
Thu Apr 1 16:18:18 UTC 2010

On Thu, Apr 1, 2010 at 4:33 PM, Luis Paulo <luis.barbas at> wrote:
> Liam
> If you copy entries on boot.cfg to 40_custom and disable 10,20 and 30
> entries with chmod -x, you'll be able to configure every entry as you
> please. I think, didn't try it, just looking for solutions.
> Understand your questions, hope some GUI will come along, and I don't have
> shares on grub2.

Thanks for the suggestion, but I fear it sounds a bit drastic! I do
want to still get automatic kernel updates and so on. If I have to
install them manually into Grub, one day, I am certain to forget &
then get an unbootable system if I remove the old ones.

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