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I have a image file which needs to boot along with my Ubuntu. When I open /etc/grub.d/10_linux for example, I see a lot of code written there.

What is the typical format for writing a custom file there ?

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It's better to edit 40_custom file, and leave untouched 10_linux. You can find here specifications:

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