|Conor Schaefer on 10 Oct 2010 09:58:07 -0700|
After you did these things did you update the boot image? The command contains initramfs and takes the -u flag (for update) IIRC. The way GRUB works these days, those conf files just dictate how the images will he generated, I think.
Sorry if you already did this, just checking. Not doing it would explain why changes were made to conf files, but the results of those changes aren't obvious when you reboot.
Now, if you've also tried pre-boot editing of the commands by pressing "e" on a kernel, editing, then using ctrl+x to boot, that should definitely be working! Double check your syntax and proper flag formatting, but you're right to try that.
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On Oct 10, 2010 12:50 PM, "Eric" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
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