beesnees at grm.net
Sat Sep 27 17:34:45 PDT 2014
On 09/27/2014 06:59 PM, Bruce Dubbs wrote:
> Dan McGhee wrote:
>> On 09/27/2014 04:00 PM, Armin K. wrote:
>>> On 09/27/2014 10:29 PM, Dan McGhee wrote:
>>>> I was able to achieve my "grub and uefi" goals using this package.
>>>> Apparently, it is the result of some serious EFI work by the grub
>>>> I know that UEFI is still pretty much a "magic, black box," but I'm
>>>> the firmware will proliferate since its advent with Win-8x
>>>> machines. As
>>>> a result, I recommend that this package be seriously considered for
>>>> inclusion in LFS-7.7.
>>>> Currently, I could find the archive only at
>>>> and not on any of the sites at which gnu places it's stable software.
>>>> It's probably available through git at savanna, but I'm not at all
>>>> familiar with the operations of git and didn't want to obtain an alpha
>>>> version of grub.
>>> Pre-releases for GNU packages are available from alpha.gnu.org:
>> I looked. There it was. That's great info, Armin. Thanks.
> I've asked on the grub-dev mailing list. No answers yet though.
> Note that we have a ticket for it already. The "beta" has been there
> since December 2013. They don't seem to be into stable releases
That's interesting. I wonder what they want to accomplish. The guy I
talked to on the grub-help list called it a stable release. Interesting.
During my research I learned that arch, debian, ubuntu and gentoo are
all using 2.02-beta2. I think *opensuse* is also. I know we don't do
things just because other distros do, but this package seems to be
widely accepted and from what I saw in ARCH's PKGBUILD, it's not
modified in any way except for stuff specific to ARCH.
I didn't know it until today, but I've been using it in the Ubuntu side
of my box.
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