Re: (no subject) [ to get rid of hibernate hooks in grub on F7]

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Hello Tom,

I could do that...but it's not the timeout that's the problem.  There's
already a 5-second timeout.  But it doesn't even do that.  I never get
to see the grub screen at all.  There's something that temporarily
reconfigures grub when hibernate is used, forcing it to boot back into
the same OS/Kernel version.  At least, that's what it did in FC6...I
just can't find the equivalent script that used to be located in


Tom Weniger wrote:
> On 6/8/07, Mike Leahy <[email protected]> wrote:
>> Hello,
>> I'm wondering how I can unhook the hibenate process in Fedora 7 from the
>> grub boot sequence.  With FC6, I'd normally comment-out the code in
>> /etc/pm/hooks/01grub so that it won't force grub to automatically boot
>> back into Fedora if it has been hibernated.  This way, I can still boot
>> into WinXP on my dual-boot setup, without having to un-hibernate Fedora,
>> shut-down, and restart again.
>> On Fedora 7, however, the folder in /etc/pm/hooks, and I have no clue
>> whre I would find a file like 01grub that was on FC6 - a file of that
>> name does not exist anywhere on my drive, and the /etc/pm folder
>> contains no configuration files. I have successfully hibernated my
>> system running F7, so I know that's working fine...but I can't find
>> where I might be able to re-configure things so that I can still select
>> the OS when grub starts.
>> I've posted about this on already, but as there have
>> been no replied while my thread gets gradually submerged by newer
>> topics, I figured I'd try the list.
>> Does anyone have any suggestions - if there's documentation that would
>> help me, maybe somebody could point me to it.
>> Thanks in advance,
>> Mike
> Greetings Mike,
> Have you tried extending the timeout in /etc/grub.conf?

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