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Re: no boot - kinda

On 24/08/2018 06:14, Glenn English wrote:
I'm told that grub.cfg is a place I don't want to be. Can someone tell
me how to get grub to boot the working OS, or maybe how to fix the new

The recommended way to configure Grub 2 on Debian is to edit /etc/default/grub and run update-grub .

The new format to specify a different default kernel is horrific; it contains menu items separated with ">". You need to get the full label from your generated grub.conf because it likely contains device UUIDs:

You can try adding kernel command line parameters to GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX to fix your latest kernel. You will need to run update-grub after each change.

Kind regards,

Ben Caradoc-Davies <ben@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Transient Software Limited <https://transient.nz/>
New Zealand