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Bug#958218: update-grub fails to process more than one argument to initrd

Hi Krzmbrzl,

On Mon, May 01, 2023 at 02:42:41PM +0200, Krzmbrzl wrote:
>Hi everyone,
>In this report, there seems to be an indication that this issue was fixed
>with grub2/2.04-5. At least that's how I interpret the auto-generated line
>"No longer marked as found in versions grub2/2.04-5" that was somehow
>triggered by Colin Watson (though when checking the respective mail, it seems
>like that is only about reassignment and not about a resolution).
>In either case, I want to report that this issue still exists when having
>grub2-common/2.06 installed (on Ubuntu 22.04), which comes with

If you're seeing this in Ubuntu, then you'll need to talk to the
Ubuntu developers. There are two parts to this, one in os-prober
itself and one in GRUB. The os-prober part was fixed in version 1.80
in Debian. The fix in GRUB will be included shortly in Debian - see


I'd suggest you ask the Ubuntu folks to pick that up.

>Furthermore, I can explain exactly where this issue occurs. I have written up
>a question on the Unix&Linux StackExchange about this, that contains the
>explanation: https://unix.stackexchange.com/q/744624/203826


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