Re: 10_freebsd.in script for GRUB
On Sun, Aug 09, 2009 at 11:09:17PM +0200, Aurelien Jarno wrote:
> On Tue, Aug 04, 2009 at 11:10:58PM +0200, Robert Millan wrote:
> > Howdy,
> > Aurelien asked me about getting GRUB 2 working on GNU/kFreeBSD. There's
> > been much work in upstream to implement loading for kernel of FreeBSD, and
> > recently some polish in the installer, etc.
> > grub-mkconfig (update-grub's backend), however, still generates entries
> > based on the single /boot/kernel/kernel instance. I hear you want it
> > multi-version like on GNU/Linux, and support for loading acpi.ko too.
> > I implemented both of them. It's basically a rewrite of 10_freebsd.in
> > based on our existing 10_linux.in. It'll need some adjustments in upstream
> > so they can share more code, but for now you can test it already, see
> > attachment.
> > (you can put it in util/grub.d/ and rebuild GRUB, or do the autoconf
> > sed magic by hand)
> I have finally been able to test it, and it works. Thanks a lot.
> Would it be possible to get it in the grub-pc package?
My plan is to merge it in upstream first. But Vladimir wants to make sure
it won't break FreeBSD before this is checked in.
Vladimir, did you get around to testing this?
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