A basic question regarding grub display options

Goh Lip g.lip at gmx.com
Tue Sep 27 19:56:07 UTC 2011

On 28/09/11 03:46, PM wrote:
>         I was not suggesting that it is not possible to boot into recovery
>         after removing it from the boot list, merely that it is easier if it
>         is still there.  The question for the OP is whether the benefit of
>         removing it (whatever that benefit is) outweighs the risk of
>         having to
>         use the above technique - if he can remember it, and if he knows how
>         to get to the point of editing the entry.
>         Colin (Law, not Watson)
> Thx Colin for that modification, it seems useful, I would try that but
> wanted to know in only simple line like Goh Lip did, I understood with a
> sentence that ' This means it is safe to disable the recovery portion
> because if you really need it, it can still be assessed by the above
> modifications' rather than reading this para, that's only!

PM, Colin Law's is very valid and is much 'wiser' than from just a 
purely technical point of view. When reading his post, I think I should 
have adopted his reply instead of mine, an inhuman mechanical response, 
correct but useless.

Take care - Goh Lip

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