Bug#550987: upcoming GRUB command interface change affects GNU/kFreeBSD
On Thu, Oct 15, 2009 at 11:15:32AM +0200, Aurelien Jarno wrote:
> Robert Millan a écrit :
> > Package: debian-installer
> > Severity: normal
> > Tags: patch
> > Next upstream release of GRUB (1.97~beta5) will have its kFreeBSD loader
> > renamed (from "freebsd" to "kfreebsd") to reflect that it is loading the
> > kernel of FreeBSD rather than FreeBSD itself. Since GRUB 1.96 didn't
> > include a kFreeBSD loader at all, there's no backward compatibility in
> > this change.
> > Attached patch modifies build/boot/kfreebsd/grub-kfreebsd-*.cfg to use
> > the new interface. Please let us know when it is appropiate for us to
> > upload the new version. We can coordinate through IRC or whichever way
> > you prefer.
> The chroot in which the daily images are built are only upgraded
> manually. This means that a warning about the upload will be enough,
> I'll take care that the SVN is updated in sync with the chroots.
grub-1.97 is in incoming now.
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