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Re: Towards a customized Grub2

From: adrian15 adrian15
Subject: Re: Towards a customized Grub2
Date: Mon, 29 May 2017 14:42:29 +0200

I cannot help on how to obtain and install upstream GRUB2 to a dedicated
partition. Others might.

Not exactly what you want. Anyways if you want a dinamic menu take a look
at Super Grub2 Disk scripts. You will have to tailor them to do
specifically what you want though.


2017-05-28 19:24 GMT+02:00 Richard Owlett <address@hidden>:

> Over the past few years I've found bits and pieces suggesting what I want
> is physically possible. I do *NOT* trust my references to be current,
> complete, or mutually consistent.
> My OS of choice is Debian.
> The hardware has a SINGLE physical hard disk which Debian consistently
> refers to as /dev/sda.
> I can set aside required space before the first partition.
> /dev/sda1 shall be dedicated to Grub2.
> /dev/sda2 shall be SWAP
> /dev/sda3 will contain the default OS
> /dev/sda4 shall be an extended partition filling remainder of the disk
> /dev/sda5 -> /sdaN will be assigned as required
> When operating systems are added or deleted they *SHALL* appear in the
> Grub menu in the *PHYSICAL* order that have on the disk.
> If the partition containing an OS has an associated label, that label
> *SHALL* be used in lieu of /dev/sdaN - *NO EXCEPTIONS*.
> I am assuming a Grub2 executable conforming exactly to the official
> documentation.
> How to obtain and install?
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