On Tue, 8 Aug 2017 13:03:46 -0400
Bob Goodwin wrote:
> Obviously this is wrong? Whay should I be doing or is this something I
> can no longer change?
Nothing ever looks at /etc/default/grub or runs grub2-mkconfig unless
you manually run it.
I just edit the grub.cfg file itself. It works perfectly well
despite all the dire warnings. (The main problem being finding
the grub.cfg file if you have a uefi system - it is hidden
pretty well :-).
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