Re: Re: RFS: grub-customizer
Paul Wise wrote:
How does it handle the situation where a user customises their grub
config and then upgrades grub (which runs update-grub)?
The list configuration functionality does its job by modifying the scripts
at /etc/grub.d (it adds an output filter which does the renaming, removing etc
- if required).
The settings manager simply edits the /etc/default/grub script.
After that it simply executes update-grub.
If you want to read a more detailled information how it's working take a look at
this page: https://answers.launchpad.net/grub-customizer/+faq/1355
Also, what is BURG?
BURG is an grub2 alternative which provides a similar configuration backend -
so it was quite easy to support this bootloader too.