[sf-lug] Grub question

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Sat Mar 24 16:37:48 PDT 2012

/etc/grub/default.conf has a setting 'GRUB_DISABLE_RECOVERY' that looks promising.


On Mar 24, 2012, at 3:11 PM, Eric Walstad <eric at ericwalstad.com> wrote:

> I have a linux box that functions as a remote weather station.  Long
> story short, sometimes it gets powered off a few times in a row
> without doing a proper shutdown.  I think that is what is causing Grub
> to boot into a maintenance shell, which means I have to drive to the
> remote site to attach a keyboard and monitor and type 'reboot' to get
> it to go through the normal bootup.
> I'm working on the problem of ensuring a clean shutdown when power is
> about to go away, but in the mean time, do any of you know how to keep
> Grub from behaving this way?  I'd rather it always boot when power is
> applied.
> Thanks!
> Eric
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