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Old 02-15-2008, 08:27 PM
Tom Brown
 
Default append to a line

Hi

I need to append some options to the kernel line in grub.conf and i
wonder can anyone tell me the tool i can use to stick 'some stuff' on
the end of a line?


thanks

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Old 02-15-2008, 08:35 PM
"Alan J. Gagne"
 
Default append to a line

Tom Brown wrote:

Hi

I need to append some options to the kernel line in grub.conf and i
wonder can anyone tell me the tool i can use to stick 'some stuff' on
the end of a line?


thanks


vi is my favorite tool for this. (#vi /boot/grub/grub.conf)

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Hi, I'm a new user in this list and I would like to make 2 questions:
1- Can I write messages in Spanish? (cause I'm from Cuba) what's your advise?
2- Can I install kubuntu remotely from my own LAN? I have some
workstations running windows and I want to change to kubuntu, however, not
all my CD drives work properly, neither all the mainboards are the same.
In this case, the common factor is the network.

Would u please help me?

Thanks a lot.
Yosvany


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Old 02-15-2008, 08:42 PM
Tom Brown
 
Default append to a line

I need to append some options to the kernel line in grub.conf and i
wonder can anyone tell me the tool i can use to stick 'some stuff' on
the end of a line?


thanks


vi is my favorite tool for this. (#vi /boot/grub/grub.conf)



ah yes - sorry should have said this needs to be scriptable!

thanks

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