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antergos-customcfg

Generates grub boot menu entries into file /boot/grub/custom.cfg in Antergos and other supported operating systems. Recognizes also other operating system installations, such as Arch, Antergos, Manjaro, LinuxMint and Windows. Generated custom.cfg is very similar to /boot/grub/grub.cfg, but may be helpful if an entry in current grub.cfg is unable to boot, so it can be seen also as a helpful addition to grub.cfg.

Note that this project has just started and is not extensively tested, so there may be bugs lying around.

Try command 'antergos-customcfg –help' for more info about options and usage.

Caveats

  • Tested only with the following filesystems: ext4, ext2, vfat, ntfs. Currently other filesystems are simply ignored.
  • Tested only with Arch, Antergos, Manjaro, and LinuxMint. May still work (partially) on other systems.
  • Generation basically works with the latest Windows systems, but they are not extensively tested.

Usage:

/bin/antergos-customcfg [options]


Options:
–out=Changes the output filename. Default filename is /boot/grub/custom.cfg.
Note that the reserved filenames '1' and 'stdout' mean standard output.
Be aware that the given file will be deleted in the beginning.


–extras-isofile Generate an entry to boot from the given full path to an Antergos ISO file.
Example: –extras-isofile=/ISO/antergos-18.3-x86_64.iso


–verbose=X Amount of info while generating, X: 0=less(default) 1=more.


–debug=X Debug output, X: 0=disable(default) 1=enable.


–genprefer=X How partitions are shown in menuentries.
X: uuid(default), label, device, file(in Windows).
The label is used only if it exists.


–help | -h This help.

Source Code:

https://github.com/manuel-192/antergos-customcfg

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custom_grub_cfg_generator.txt · Last modified: 2018/04/28 11:21 by joekamprad