Description of problem:
Grub append does not work with Xen kernel stanza
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Access the GRUB menu during the boot process, to append a kernel message
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Power on or reboot system
2. Press a key to access GRUB menu
3. Press "a" to append to the kernel command
GRUB appends to the xen-gz part of the kernel
Appending to the actual kernel, e.g. if I enter 1, I should get into that
runlevel; if I enter selinux=0, that should disable SELinux.
The functionality still works, if I press e to edit the Xen-based stanza, and
append to the vmlinuz- command line.
This is the correct and desired behavior when running a Xen kernel. The "kernel" part is the xen.gz, and then the "module" is the dom0 kernel, with another "module" for the initrd. All 3 of them can be edited with the 'a' key, just by pressing the up or down arrow to select the right line. I'm going to close this as NOTABUG, unless there is some other problem I'm not understanding.