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       update-grml-rescueboot - Script to integrate Grml ISO for booting via GRUB


       update-grml-rescueboot [-f] [-a 32|64|96] [-t small|full]


       grml-rescueboot  integrates  Grml  ISO booting into GRUB. It provides a script for update-
       grub which looks for Grml ISO images in /boot/grml, and automatically adds  an  entry  for
       each image. The purpose is to use one of those images to boot a Grml rescue system without
       using a CD, USB stick or network boot (PXE).  update-grml-rescueboot  is  a  script  which
       checks  for  the  latest  stable  version of Grml (via, ensures there's
       enough free disk space in /boot/grml and downloads the ISO to /boot/grml. It verifies  the
       ISO  signature  and upon success executes update-grub then. Everything should be ready for
       booting a Grml ISO via GRUB then. This script makes integration of a Grml  ISO  into  GRUB
       via  grml-rescueboot even easier. All that needs to be done is install grml-rescueboot and
       invoke update-grml-rescueboot afterwards. Using the -a and -t options it's possible to use
       specific  Grml  ISOs.  If  none  of those options is specific it defaults to the grml-full
       flavour, matching the currently running hardware architecture (i?86 or x86_64).


       -a arg Choose Grml architecture, specified via arg. Supported flavours are '32', '64'  and
              '96'. If unset defaults to the currently running architecture.

       -f     Force  execution,  ignoring,  e.g.  existing  ISO  files  and disk space checks for

       -h     Display usage information and exit script.

       -t arg Choose Grml flavour, specified via arg. Supported flavours are 'small' and  'full'.
              If unset defaults to 'full'.


       update-grml-rescueboot was written by Michael Prokop, based on a script by Felipe Sateler.


       Please report them towards Debian's BTS, see