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commit 2deabf4a1da7f04683d0a0468275510bc0944477
parent ea633dc95f6a8d45511911239638d1064b9900df
Author: Francis Rowe <info@gluglug.org.uk>
Date:   Thu, 15 Oct 2015 04:51:00 +0100

libreboot is not autoboot

Diffstat:
resources/grub/config/menuentries/common.cfg | 8++++----
1 file changed, 4 insertions(+), 4 deletions(-)

diff --git a/resources/grub/config/menuentries/common.cfg b/resources/grub/config/menuentries/common.cfg @@ -1,11 +1,11 @@ menuentry 'Load Operating System (incl. fully encrypted disks) [O]' --hotkey='o' --hotkey='O' { # GRUB handles (almost) every possible disk setup, but only the location of /boot is actually important, -# since GRUB only loads the user's config. As soon as the kernel takes over, autoboot's done. +# since GRUB only loads the user's config. As soon as the kernel takes over, libreboot's done. # LVM, RAID, filesystems and encryption on both raw devices and partitions in all various combinations # need to be supported. Since full disk encryption is possible with GRUB as payload and probably desired/used -# by most users, autoboot GRUB config tries to load the operating system (kernel) in the following way: +# by most users, libreboot GRUB config tries to load the operating system (kernel) in the following way: # 1. Try to decrypt raw devices first. This <your disk setup> inside a LUKS container is pretty common # a) Try LVM and RAID first, they might be used (accross multiple (raw) devices) @@ -26,10 +26,10 @@ menuentry 'Load Operating System (incl. fully encrypted disks) [O]' --hotkey='o for d in crypto0 (crypt0,*) (lvm/*) md/0 (md0/,*) ahci0 ahci1 (ahci0,*) (ahci1,*); do set root=${d} # a) Check possible file locations... - for p in boot/grub/autoboot_ grub/autoboot_ boot/grub/ grub/; do + for p in boot/grub/libreboot_ grub/libreboot_ boot/grub/ grub/; do if [ -f "/${p}grub.cfg" ]; then # b) And eventually try to load the config. Using ESC one can still exit and revert back to - # autoboot's menu. + # libreboot's menu. configfile /${p}grub.cfg fi done