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Problem after update with grub and --unrestricted on i386

From: Michael D. Setzer II
Subject: Problem after update with grub and --unrestricted on i386
Date: Wed, 03 Sep 2014 22:36:44 +1000

Most of my systems are x64 machines, but have 3 32 bit machines and on 
these after to a grub2-mkconfig -o /boot/grub2/grub.cfg had the machine 
giving an error message about --unrestricted being invalid??

I was able to use the edit option to remove it, and then it would boot, but got 
a number of file not found message. No such problem on the x64 machine. 
All running Fedora 20 with grub 2.00.

The x64 machines have the --unrestricted and it works with no problem.
Found that this appears in the 10_LINUX file on the class line. Removed it, 
and redid the grub2-mkconfig and that gets ride of the rebooting option, but it 
still shows file not found error messages. Was looking for a log file or 
something to see what is causing these messages.

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