GRUB-SYSLINUX2CFG

Section: User Commands (1)
Updated: Wed Feb 26 2014
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NAME

grub-syslinux2cfg --- Transform a syslinux config file into a GRUB config.

 

SYNOPSIS

grub-syslinux2cfg [-c | --cwd=DIR] [-r | --root=DIR] [-v | --verbose]
[-t | --target-root=DIR] [-T | --target-cwd=DIR]
[-o | --output=FILE] [[-i | --isolinux] |

 [-s | --syslinux] |

 [-p | --pxelinux]] FILE

 

DESCRIPTION

grub-syslinux2cfg builds a GRUB configuration file out of an existing syslinux configuration file.

 

OPTIONS

--cwd=DIR
Set DIR as syslinux's working directory. The default is to use the parent directory of the input file.

--root=DIR
Set DIR as the root directory of the syslinux disk. The default value is "/".

--verbose
Print verbose messages.

--target-root=DIR
Root directory as it will be seen at runtime. The default value is "/".

--target-cwd=DIR
Working directory of syslinux as it will be seen at runtime. The default value is the parent directory of the input file.

--output=FILE
Write the new config file to FILE. The default value is standard output.

--isolinux
Assume that the input file is an isolinux configuration file.

--pxelinux
Assume that the input file is a pxelinux configuration file.

--syslinux
Assume that the input file is a syslinux configuration file.

 

SEE ALSO

info grub


 

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