Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 842382
[RFE] Grubby should warn user if /etc/grub2.cfg is not a symlink to /boot/grub2/grub.cfg
Last modified: 2015-05-08 09:59:29 EDT
grubby modifies the /etc/grub2.cfg file. If this file is not a symlink to /boot/grub2/grub.cfg then modifications are done in vain.
It would be helpful if grubby would print out a warning message in this instance.
It is very easy for the /etc/grub2.cfg to no longer be a symlink as seen in Bug 743977
I ran into this issue while doing a preupgrade and wondering why I could not see an Upgrade to Fedora 17 menu option in grub2
Created attachment 600157 [details]
Simple non-tested, non-compiled patch that may work
I did NOT compile or test this patch. But this is an idea of what I think it could do.
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