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Re: Question regarding numbering conventions

From: John Page
Subject: Re: Question regarding numbering conventions
Date: Tue, 3 Jul 2012 22:18:39 +0200

Wouldn't it be a good idea for your script to make a sub-menu if there are more than two or three isos?
I don't much like clutter either.
Date: Mon, 2 Jul 2012 12:49:44 -0500
From: Cipherboy <address@hidden>
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Subject: Question regarding numbering conventions
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A question to the community of developers,

What is the numbering conventions for scripts set to run with update-grub2 in /etc/grub.d? Specifically, I created a script to detect isos and add them to the grub menu to select on boot which I want to commit back to the community. In the README, it says that 20_* is reserved for 3rd party scrips, memtest86+ being an example. Would this be the best place to put it, even though people could potentially have a dozens of live images, bumping other operating systems (Windows comes to mind) further down the list?

Thank you,
Alex Scheel
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