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Re: Using conditionals in embedded config?

From: Shea Levy
Subject: Re: Using conditionals in embedded config?
Date: Sat, 06 Feb 2016 07:28:41 -0500
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I see. This seems to severely limit the possible use cases of embedded configs; it also contradicts the example in the manual [1]. Is there really no way to branch in embedded configs? Would it be possible to enable branching by including some optional module in the core img?


On 2016-02-06 00:42, Andrei Borzenkov wrote:
06.02.2016 06:24, Shea Levy пишет:
Hi all,

How can I use if statements in an embedded config? When I try, I get

You can't. embedded config is processed early using rescue mode parser which is very simple. Embedded config exists to locate device where grub
is installed in case this information is not available from firmware.
Everything else cam be done using grub.cfg in this location.

"unknown command "if"", "unknown command "fi"", etc. I'm including
normal, part_gpt, android_bootimg, android_bcb, linux, test, and
biosdisk in the core.img (the android_* modules are local modifications, see the grub-devel list for their details but they shouldn't matter).


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