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Re: Each grub-mkrescue run leaves a file in /tmp/

From: Andrei Borzenkov
Subject: Re: Each grub-mkrescue run leaves a file in /tmp/
Date: Mon, 28 Dec 2015 06:40:13 +0300
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27.12.2015 23:48, Thomas Schmitt пишет:
> Hi,
> when running grub-mkrescue from Debian Sid, i get a
> growing collection of files in /tmp. One per run.
> Names are like:
>   /tmp/grub.00529W
> Content is always the same:
>   insmod part_acorn
>   insmod part_amiga
>   insmod part_apple
>   insmod part_bsd
>   insmod part_dfly
>   insmod part_dvh
>   insmod part_gpt
>   insmod part_msdos
>   insmod part_plan
>   insmod part_sun
>   insmod part_sunpc

That's load.cfg used to build image. I'm surprised this is the only one
left, there should be more.

> grub-mkrescue -V
>   grub-mkrescue (GRUB) 2.02~beta2-33
> Where to report ? Upstream or distro ?

Yes, I have this hanging around. Not because of garbage in /tmp, but to
better documentation of generated image (load.cfg is stored by
grub-install as well).


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