On Sunday 03 December 2006 22:34, dean gaudet wrote: > the linux-image .postrm script is (through some mechanism) invoking > /sbin/update-grub. > > /sbin/update-grub gives a warning now: > > You shouldn't call /sbin/update-grub. Please call /usr/sbin/update-grub > instead! > > except that warning is sent on stdout. I guess another solution for this issue would be if the wrappers in the grub packages wrote these messages to stderr instead of stdout. IMO this would be better anyway. Otavio? > - something messed up /etc/kernel-img.conf and didn't put the /usr/sbin > paths on the hooks... if someone has a rc1-installed box please take > a peek in there to see if it has been fixed. New installs write the lines in kernel-img.conf without any path (i.e. just the command).
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