Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 952428
Grubby needs a small patch to work with the new ARM bootloader generator (arm-boot-config)
Last modified: 2015-02-18 06:11:17 EST
Created attachment 736101 [details]
Have new-kernel-pkg call /sbin/gru-boot if available when a kernel is installed or removed.
Description of problem:
Starting with Fedora 19 we will be using a new package that dynamically generates a boot.scr based on the kernels installed on the system. The generator needs to be called every time a kernel is installed or removed. The attached patch will conditionally call the generation program if it is available. This should be applied to both F19 and Rawhide. Patch is against grubby 8.25.
Created attachment 745850 [details]
Patch to conditionally call arm-boot-config if it is available.
This is a revised patch that reflects the renaming from gru-boot to a-b-c.
Created attachment 746337 [details]
Conditionally call arm-boot-config if it is available.
Revised and foramtted with git-format-patch.
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