Bug#704290: release-notes: the grub-to-grub2 transition is already over
Tags: wheezy patch
The release notes contain hints about the upgrade from grub to
grub2. Luckily grub2 was already the default in squeeze, so this
information is no longer a relevant step in the upgrade process.
--- upgrading.dbk (révision 9650)
+++ upgrading.dbk (copie de travail)
@@ -1902,33 +1902,8 @@
-<section id="update-grub" arch="amd64;i386">
-<title>Upgrade to GRUB 2</title>
-During the upgrade, you will normally have been offered the option to
-"chainload" GRUB 2: that is, to keep GRUB Legacy as the primary boot loader
-but to add an option to it to load GRUB 2 and then start your &debian;
-system from that. This allows you to verify that GRUB 2 works on your
-system before committing to use it permanently.
-Once you have confirmed that GRUB 2 works, you should switch to using it
-properly: the chainloading setup is only intended to be used temporarily.
-You can do this by running <command>upgrade-from-grub-legacy</command>.
-The GRUB Manual has <ulink
-information</ulink> on the changes between GRUB Legacy and GRUB 2, some of
-which may require changes to complex configurations. If you have not modified
-your boot loader configuration, you should not need to do anything further.