|Subject:||grub.cfg errors and debugging|
|Date:||Wed, 20 Jul 2011 13:33:12 +0200|
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HiI'm experimenting with grub-1.99 and could use some hints to get self-supporting.
I see error messages when I try to boot a kernel, but is there any way to see what caused the error? Something like sh -x? Just getting "error: no argument specified" is not very helpful when there are several lines where I could have made an error.
It also seems like the "echo" command that I have seen in some examples doesn't work. Has something changed in this area?
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