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4Template: grub-pc/chainload_from_menu.lst
5Type: boolean
6Default: true
7#flag:translate!:6
8_Description: Chainload from menu.lst?
9 GRUB upgrade scripts have detected a GRUB Legacy setup in /boot/grub.
10 .
11 In order to replace the Legacy version of GRUB in your system, it is
12 recommended that /boot/grub/menu.lst is adjusted to load a GRUB 2 boot
13 image from your existing GRUB Legacy setup. This step can be automatically
14 performed now.
15 .
16 It's recommended that you accept chainloading GRUB 2 from menu.lst, and
17 verify that the new GRUB 2 setup works before it is written to the MBR
18 (Master Boot Record).
19 .
20 Whatever your decision, you can replace the old MBR image with GRUB 2
21 later by issuing the following command as root:
22 .
23 upgrade-from-grub-legacy
24
25Template: grub-pc/install_devices
26Type: multiselect
27Choices-C: ${RAW_CHOICES}
28Choices: ${CHOICES}
29_Description: GRUB install devices:
30 The grub-pc package is being upgraded. This menu allows you to select which
31 devices you'd like grub-install to be automatically run for, if any.
32 .
33 Running grub-install automatically is recommended in most situations, to
34 prevent the installed GRUB core image from getting out of sync with GRUB
35 modules or grub.cfg.
36 .
37 If you're unsure which drive is designated as boot drive by your BIOS, it is
38 often a good idea to install GRUB to all of them.
39 .
40 Note: it is possible to install GRUB to partition boot records as well, and
41 some appropriate partitions are offered here. However, this forces GRUB to
42 use the blocklist mechanism, which makes it less reliable, and therefore is
43 not recommended.
44
45Template: grub-pc/install_devices_disks_changed
46Type: multiselect
47Choices-C: ${RAW_CHOICES}
48Choices: ${CHOICES}
49_Description: GRUB install devices:
50 The GRUB boot loader was previously installed to a disk that is no longer
51 present, or whose unique identifier has changed for some reason. It is
52 important to make sure that the installed GRUB core image stays in sync
53 with GRUB modules and grub.cfg. Please check again to make sure that GRUB
54 is written to the appropriate boot devices.
55 .
56 If you're unsure which drive is designated as boot drive by your BIOS, it is
57 often a good idea to install GRUB to all of them.
58 .
59 Note: it is possible to install GRUB to partition boot records as well, and
60 some appropriate partitions are offered here. However, this forces GRUB to
61 use the blocklist mechanism, which makes it less reliable, and therefore is
62 not recommended.
63
64Template: grub-pc/disk_description
65Type: text
66# Disk sizes are in decimal megabytes, to match how disk manufacturers
67# usually describe them.
68_Description: ${DEVICE} (${SIZE} MB; ${MODEL})
69
70Template: grub-pc/partition_description
71Type: text
72# The "-" is used to indicate indentation. Leading spaces may not work.
73_Description: - ${DEVICE} (${SIZE} MB; ${PATH})
74
75Template: grub-pc/install_devices_failed
76Type: boolean
77Default: false
78#flag:translate!:3
79_Description: Writing GRUB to boot device failed - continue?
80 GRUB failed to install to the following devices:
81 .
82 ${FAILED_DEVICES}
83 .
84 Do you want to continue anyway? If you do, your computer may not start up
85 properly.
86
87Template: grub-pc/install_devices_failed_upgrade
88Type: boolean
89Default: true
90#flag:translate!:3
91_Description: Writing GRUB to boot device failed - try again?
92 GRUB failed to install to the following devices:
93 .
94 ${FAILED_DEVICES}
95 .
96 You may be able to install GRUB to some other device, although you should
97 check that your system will boot from that device. Otherwise, the upgrade
98 from GRUB Legacy will be canceled.
99
100Template: grub-pc/install_devices_empty
101Type: boolean
102Default: false
103_Description: Continue without installing GRUB?
104 You chose not to install GRUB to any devices. If you continue, the boot
105 loader may not be properly configured, and when this computer next starts
106 up it will use whatever was previously in the boot sector. If there is an
107 earlier version of GRUB 2 in the boot sector, it may be unable to load
108 modules or handle the current configuration file.
109 .
110 If you are already using a different boot loader and want to carry on
111 doing so, or if this is a special environment where you do not need a boot
112 loader, then you should continue anyway. Otherwise, you should install
113 GRUB somewhere.
114
115Template: grub-pc/postrm_purge_boot_grub
116Type: boolean
117Default: false
118_Description: Remove GRUB 2 from /boot/grub?
119 Do you want to have all GRUB 2 files removed from /boot/grub?
120 .
121 This will make the system unbootable unless another boot loader is
122 installed.
123
124Template: grub-pc/mixed_legacy_and_grub2
125Type: boolean
126Default: true
127#flag:translate!:3
128_Description: Finish conversion to GRUB 2 now?
129 This system still has files from the GRUB Legacy boot loader installed, but
130 it now also has GRUB 2 boot records installed on these disks:
131 .
132 ${DISKS}
133 .
134 It seems likely that GRUB Legacy is no longer in use, and that you should
135 instead upgrade the GRUB 2 images on these disks and finish the conversion
136 to GRUB 2 by removing old GRUB Legacy files. If you do not upgrade these
137 GRUB 2 images, then they may be incompatible with the new packages and
138 cause your system to stop booting properly.
139 .
140 You should generally finish the conversion to GRUB 2 unless these boot
141 records were created by a GRUB 2 installation on some other operating
142 system.
143
144Template: grub-pc/kopt_extracted
145Type: boolean
146Default: false
147Description: for internal use
148
149Template: grub-pc/timeout
150Type: string
151Default: @DEFAULT_TIMEOUT@
152Description: GRUB timeout; for internal use
153
154Template: grub-pc/hidden_timeout
155Type: boolean
156Default: @DEFAULT_HIDDEN_TIMEOUT_BOOL@
157Description: Hide the GRUB timeout; for internal use
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