Bug#789798: grub-installer: add option to _not_ install to UEFI boot order
On Mon, 2015-06-29 at 14:12 +0100, Steve McIntyre wrote:
> >diff --git a/debian/grub-installer.templates b/debian/grub-installer.templates
> >index e294afb..e5d090b 100644
> >--- a/debian/grub-installer.templates
> >+++ b/debian/grub-installer.templates
> >@@ -285,3 +285,15 @@ _Description: Force GRUB installation to the EFI removable media path?
> > installing GRUB there will make that operating system temporarily
> > unbootable. GRUB can be manually configured later to boot it if
> > necessary.
> >+Template: grub-installer/no-nvram
> >+Type: boolean
> >+Default: false
> >+# :sl4:
> >+_Description: Avoid adding GRUB to Firmmware NVRAM configuration?
> >+ By default GRUB will be registered into NVRAM on platforms where this is
> >+ required. e.g. UEFI Boot Manager or OpenFirmware boot device.
> >+ .
> >+ This is sometimes not desirable, e.g. for systems which PXE boot and chainload
> >+ instead and do not want the firmware configuration adjusted. Answering no here
> >+ will avoid make such adjustments.
> s/make such/making such/ ?
Yes, that is much better, thanks.
I suppose I ought to run this by the English i18n list too.