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Re: Which modules to include in the --module parameter of the grub-insta
Re: Which modules to include in the --module parameter of the grub-install command
Mon, 29 Feb 2016 18:12:57 +0100
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Le 28/02/2016 11:30, Jordan Uggla a écrit :
> On Sun, Feb 28, 2016 at 1:02 AM, Arbiel (gmx) <address@hidden> wrote:
>> I'm trying to help a user who experiences difficulties to boot a Ubuntu
>> distribution. grub does not display any message on the screen even when
>> entering the rescue mode (in a test, he suppressed the configuration
>> file, but got no message neither). As nothing is wrong in the
>> bootinfoscript's report, and as his PC is fitted, beside the motherboard
>> video processor, with two NVidia GTX580M video cards, I believe the
>> issue is video and the solution is to use the --module=MODULES parameter
>> of the grub-install command.
> You should pretty much never use the --modules option of grub-install,
> and I've been meaning to add a note saying as much to the --help
> output. As Andrei already mentioned, the RESULTS.txt from boot info
> script would be helpful for us to help debug the situation.
OK. We forget about that.
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