After that, we will learn how to recover from errors and mistakes. You can probably use it without any troubles, although there is a slight, remote yet possible chance of damage. Furthermore, whenever handling delicate tasks like the critical functions of the system, disk partitioning, boot sequence, imaging, etc, you should always be prepared for the worst. What's more, the contents and relevance of contents in this tutorial might yet change as GRUB 2 makes into the production, so stay tuned for anyupdates.
This is something you should consider before trying GRUB 2.
When will GRUB 2 become the de facto bootloader for UNIX-like operating systems?
As with any other configuration file, you need to edit the options to your desired state and then change the file. If I use Yast | Online Update and install a new kernel, all the proper files are stored in my /boot directory and elsewhere in my file system but no new entry is added to my grub Am I supposed to manually add the appropriate entry myself or is there a better way ? But make sure you actually have LOADER_TYPE="grub" in /etc/sysconfig/bootloader, if that's set to "none" the system will not touch any boot loader configuration... But make sure you actually have LOADER_TYPE="grub" in /etc/sysconfig/bootloader, if that's set to "none" the system will not touch any boot loader configuration...grub1's menu should still be updated automatically AFAIK, in 13.2 at least (no idea about later versions, i.e. grub1's menu should still be updated automatically AFAIK, in 13.2 at least (no idea about later versions, i.e. I looked at /etc/sysconfig/bootloader and its LOADER_TYPE was set to "none". Does this mean that when Yast installs a new kernel that grub's should be updated accordingly ? Some information may change over time, as features are added or removed and fixes introduced. In the last two and a half years, it alone has garnered some half a million views, proving to be quite popular and useful to computer users worldwide.For latest updates, please take a look at Updates section below. I want to recreate the same success with my GRUB 2 tutorial.My goal is to provide people running any flavor of UNIX-like operating systems or multi-booting their computers and using GRUB as their bootloader with a simple, no-nonsense, step-by-step, proven and working tutorial that should allow them to quickly, easily and painlessly control the boot sequence of their systems.