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Re: [grub 1.5] possible to blacklist special entries in the menu.lst wit
Re: [grub 1.5] possible to blacklist special entries in the menu.lst with update-grub ?
Tue, 03 Aug 2010 18:25:20 +0200
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Le 03/08/2010 16:23, Ernesto Domato a écrit :
> On Tue, Aug 3, 2010 at 04:15, giggzounet <address@hidden> wrote:
>> I have grub 1.5 on my machine. Debian is my "normal" OS, but I have
>> installed an image of Backtrack 3 (not a full install just a compressed
>> image; I can boot on this with a special backtrack kernel). With the
>> power of grub I can boot it without problem.
>> My problem is when I update my kernel under debian: the backtrack kernel
>> is under /boot too (with the others kernel images). And so I get
>> automatic an update of my entries. I would like that update-grub ignores
>> the vmlinuz-backtrack (I have an entry below the ### END DEBIAN
>> AUTOMAGIC KERNELS LIST). Is it possible ?
> I believe that this is possible but is Debian related. I use Debian
> too but didn't play that much with the grub configuration tools for
> Debian so maybe someone with more experience on that could help you or
> you could post on some Debian help list.
I have renamed the vmlinuz-backtrack to backtrack-vmlinuz. So
update-grub doesn't see it anymore and I'm happy :D