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Old 07-09-2010, 07:39 AM
Fabian Greffrath
Default Bug#588433: closed by Ben Hutchings ( Bug#588433: linux-image-2.6.32-5-686: tries to run update-grub, although grub isn't installed anymore)

reopen 588433
reassign 588433 grub-pc
found 588433 1.98+20100706-1
retitle Please remove entries from /etc/kernel-img.conf when removed

Am 08.07.2010 22:15, schrieb Debian Bug Tracking System:

That file is created by the installer. If you choose to install GRUB during
the initial installation then it sets these hook commands. This is in no way
a bug in the kernel package.

Alright, then I am reassigning this to the grub-pc package.

Collin, even if I purged the grub packages from my system, update-grub
is still referenced by the /etc/kernel-img.conf file, which has been
created by the installer. This leads to failure in the kernel package
configuration phase. Please remove these entries when the package is
removed, because this will also delete the update-grub script.


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