Timing issue with scripts (GRUB/10-setup runs last)
mt at debian.org
Wed Dec 29 21:20:35 CET 2010
> I guess a more simple question would be:
> How do I get my script to run AFTER the GRUB/10-setup script.
> Else, I'll have to add it to the GRUB class and I didn't want to do that
> because I don't want this to run on all systems.
It seems that the class GRUB is defined after your desired classes. Now either
you are using some class that is of too low priority or the definition of
classes is simply screwed (which may well be true for the shipped simple
For one of my systems I have
List of all classes: DEFAULT LINUX GRUB server LAST
Therefore only the scripts in server/... and LAST/... will be executed after
Hope this helps,
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