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Why don't you create a shutdown/reboot script so that when you switch to the relevant run level the script gets run? http://askubuntu.com/questions/175486/is-reboot-the-same-as-init-6 http://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/64280/what-is-the-difference-between-reboot-init-6-and-shutdown-r-now This way the script basically gets run automatically (but ...


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I also stumbled upon this error when running grub-install from Linux Mint Live CD. What I did was chrooting into the system already installed onto the hard drive, and running grub-install from there. All commands as root: First, identify the partition containing your Linux Mint installation, running command blkid. You should get output like this: ...


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You can use GRUB's sleep command in grub.cfg like this: set default=0 sleep --interruptible --verbose 60 Here 60 [seconds] is a sleep's duration, --interruptible (-i) allows to break sleep by pressing escape key, --verbose (-v) displays remaining seconds during countdown.


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I know this question was asked more than 3 years ago, but I think if possible, every question deserves an answer. So, here is it, a short one, since there might not be anyone care. Booting btrfs with GRUB2 has been answered at GRUB broken after conversion to btrfs. As you can see there a lots of steps involved. I personally don't like such ...


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No, you cannot grub-install /dev/disk/by-uuid/foo. This is not saying it is impossible, one might concoct a method, but it is impractical at the least. UUIDs (universally unique identifier) are practically unique identifiers for partitions, and not the device itself. That is partitions have a UUID, but the location of the MBR that grub-install addresses ...


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grub-install /dev/by-uuid/XXX not would work becasue the whole hard disk not gets a UUID (at least on my machine). Instead, we could use /dev/by-id/XXX that is generated using the serial number of the hard disk. On NixOS configuration file would be : boot.loader.grub.device = "/dev/by-id/XXXX"


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Yes, modify /boot/grub/menu.cfg root=/dev/disk/by-uuid/whatever-blkid-outputs-placed-here ...give it a whirl. For example set root=/dev/disk/by-uuid/'3a2adf19-8685-483c-9889-1b4d56788486'


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Have you tried this option, from gpg's man page? I found it searching that page for "unsafe" (sounded familiar, probably from browsing) --no-permission-warning Suppress the warning about unsafe file and home directory (--homedir) permissions. Note that the permission checks that GnuPG performs are not intended to be ...



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