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SMP alternatives: switching to UP code "
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UPDATE-BOOTLOADER(1) User Contributed Perl Documentation UPDATE-BOOTLOADER(1)
update-bootloader - update/change bootloader configuration using
Bootloader::Tools perl module
update-bootloader [operation] [options]
operation is one of --add, --remove or --refresh.
valid options are --help, --man, --image <file>, --initrd <file>, --xen-kernel <file>, --xen, --default, --previous, --name <string>,
update-bootloader will let you modify your bootloader configuration using Bootloader::Tools perl module.
--add add an new image section. Needs a call to --refresh to take effect.
remove the specified image section. Needs a call to --refresh to take effect.
activate the new config e.g. write boot loader to disk
--help Print a brief help message and exits.
--man Prints the manual page and exits.
specify path to kernel image
specify path to initrd file
--xen specify that you what to add a xen and not a regular image section
specify that you what to add a xen section with a specific image. Implies --xen option.
let the new section to be added be the default section if appropriate. Only allowed together with --add operation
set some usuable defaults for image, initrd and name when
specify the name of the section to be added/removed
--force dont complain, just do the right thing
force the new section to be added to be the default section. Only allowed together with --add operation
perl v5.12.1 2010-04-22 UPDATE-BOOTLOADER(1)