Boot0cfg bug redux (Re: sys/boot/boot0/boot0.S - r186598)
Andrey V. Elsukov
bu7cher at yandex.ru
Tue Jan 11 00:54:15 UTC 2011
On 11.01.2011 02:33, Luigi Rizzo wrote:
> As a consequence, if we reboot without pressing an F-key, the system
> boots from partition s1 even though the boot loader indicates F2.
> So, to summarize, I guess that a possible fix (that does not involve
> using gpart, or even worse, modifying boot0.S, which probably does
> not have any spare space) is to modify boot0cfg so that it sets the
> 'active' flag for the partition corresponding to the default entry.
> What do people think ?
I don't remember which behavior was before, but it seems that users
want to change "active" attribute when they use "boot0cfg -s".
And i think it is not so hard to add several lines of code to pass
"set" command to PART class.
WBR, Andrey V. Elsukov
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