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RE: go back to older version

From: Gregg C Levine
Subject: RE: go back to older version
Date: Wed, 6 Feb 2008 16:49:10 -0500

As far as I know that function works for all of the released versions from
the 0.9x series onward to the last released version. Please understand that
the ones you are using come from the Fedora Core repository and aren't
technically original releases from the Alpha server that is maintained for
pre-release software. 

Have you taken up this issue with fellow Fedora Core users? Ideally this
would fall within their realm for discussing things of this sort, as this
list originally was the purpose of using original code from the Grub-Legacy

And why not try selecting and building an original version from the
aforementioned repository, it should be straightforward for building the
code and of course downloading it.
Gregg C Levine address@hidden
"The Force will be with you always." Obi-Wan Kenobi
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Subject: go back to older version

I have been trying to go back to an older version of grub as savedefault is
broken on Fedora Core 6.  I had .97-13 installed and have just installed
.95-3.  Now, when I do echo "savedefault --default=1 --once" | grub, it
seems to work (no error unlike .97 with the :27 command not recognized / not
found), but when I cat grub.conf, it hasn't changed anything.  I tried
--verbose on both .97 and .95, but nothing is verbose about the output.

Am I using the right version that had the savedefault working?  What else
can I try to fix this?  It's important for me to get this going so I can
save the planet and have my system halt through grub.

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