boot repair executes too many targeted repairs

Asked by Bougron

It's possible to do a lot of things with boot-repair. The big problem is that the list of possible actions is always planned in advance

My request would be that just boot-repair opens the network, detects the UBUNTUs that are installed or the only ubuntu that is installed and runs a CHROOT procedure in this ubuntu

He would simply tell the user that he is nowb in the UBUNTU install and that he is free to make the commands he desires.

This would prevent the user from doing the chroot procedure which is not so obvious as doing it ????

Subsequently, he could easily make style commands

apt-mark hold secureboot-db
grub install --no-vram $

As well as others if needed.

I think it's a good idea.


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YannUbuntu (yannubuntu) said :

thx Bougron. Yes, good idea, I'll add this to my todo list.

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