Re: How to change console font in grub2?

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  On 10/15/2010 05:27 PM, Tom H wrote:
> On Fri, Oct 15, 2010 at 5:08 PM, Frank Murphy<[email protected]>  wrote:
>> On 15/10/10 22:06, Tom H wrote:
>>> The blog is incorrect. When you install grub2, it sets itself up in
>>> parallel with grub1 (as it does in other distributions). You can then
>>> chainload grub2 from grub1. If you're satisfied that your box can
>>> boot, you can then install gettext and run grub2-install and
>>> grub2-mkconfig to switch over completely to grub2.
>> Some instructions would be nice.
>> I hosed my first attemp using fedoras grub2 pafe.
> First step (chainloaded from grub1):
> yum install grub2 gettext
> grub2-mkconfig -o /boot/grub2/grub.cfg
> Reboot and choose "GRUB 2" from the grub1 menu to ensure that the
> chainloading works. The "GRUB 2" entry should load the grub1
> equivalent of stage 1.5 but located in "/boot/grub2", which should
> then load the grub2 menu. If you're satisfied with the boot, you can
> go to the next stage.
> Second step ("full" install):
> grub2-install /dev/sda
> (I vaguely remember filing a bug report for grub2 to depend on gettext
> a few months ago.)
Thanx for the head-up Tom.
I think you or some other OP stated that in grub 2
you cannot manually edit the grub menu (grub2.conf ?? )
Is this correct? If yes,
how can the user then alter the boot params in the boot menu?
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