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Offline piper

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Always delete os_prober when using 40 custom, I forgot to add that and also forgot to use code tags :( (now fixed)

os_prober when using 40 custom will sooner or later give you hemorrhoids
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Offline michaa7

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thanks.

But again, may I delete /boot/grub/grub.cfg and recreate a sane newone  by issuing "update-grub"?
Ok, you can't code, but you still might be able to write a bug report for Debian's sake

Offline unklarer

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Natürlich kann man "alles" löschen.  ;)


Üblicherweise ist der Weg jedoch, dass man mit
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grub-mkconfigerst mal schaut, wie denn das Menü aussieht. Wenn es einem passt, dann erst wird es mit
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grub-mkconfig -o /boot/grub/grub.cfgauf die Platte geschrieben (und damit, was du löschen willst, überschrieben).


Das update-grub macht das zwar auch, nur "sieht" man hier nicht alles.


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Üblicherweise ist der Weg jedoch, dass man mit
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grub-mkconfigerst mal schaut, wie denn das Menü aussieht.
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Ok, danke, alles klar, klappt jetzt.

Understood, working now. Thanks.
Ok, you can't code, but you still might be able to write a bug report for Debian's sake