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Old 02-08-2012, 07:07 PM
don fisher
 
Default What list to use?

If one discovers a missing piece in the system, to which mailing list
should it be reported? For example, trying to run grub2-mkrescue results
in the error:


/usr/bin/grub2-mkrescue: line 310: xorriso: command not found

I assume that when grub2-mkrescue was loaded, it was assumed that
xorriso would be there. The --help says:


Usage: grub2-mkrescue [OPTION] SOURCE...
Make GRUB rescue image.

-h, --help print this message and exit
-v, --version print the version information and exit
-o, --output=FILE save output in FILE [required]
--modules=MODULES pre-load specified modules MODULES
--rom-directory=DIR save rom images in DIR [optional]
--xorriso=FILE use FILE as xorriso [optional]
--grub-mkimage=FILE use FILE as grub-mkimage

grub2-mkrescue generates a bootable rescue image with specified source
files, source

directories, or mkisofs options listed by: xorriso -as mkisofs -help

Option -- switches to native xorriso command mode.

Report bugs to <bug-grub@gnu.org>.
Mail xorriso support requests to <bug-xorriso@gnu.org>.

Don
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Old 02-08-2012, 07:54 PM
James Wilkinson
 
Default What list to use?

don fisher wrote:
> If one discovers a missing piece in the system, to which mailing
> list should it be reported? For example, trying to run
> grub2-mkrescue results in the error:
>
> /usr/bin/grub2-mkrescue: line 310: xorriso: command not found

http://bugzilla.redhat.com , except
https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=784531 looks like it’s
precisely your problem. It recommends
yum install xorriso
to get round the problem.

Hope this helps,

James.
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