Changeset 3225 for branches/3.2


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Timestamp:
Dec 30, 2013, 10:46:31 AM (6 years ago)
Author:
bruno
Message:
  • Remove FAILSAFE mentions in mondo and its doc as well (feature was already disabled)
Location:
branches/3.2
Files:
5 edited

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  • branches/3.2/mondo-doc/mondoarchive.8

    r3202 r3225  
    223223.TP
    224224.BI "\-k " "path"
    225 Path of user's kernel. If you are a Debian (<3.0) or Gentoo (<1.4) user then specify
    226 .B \-k FAILSAFE
    227 as your kernel. Otherwise, you will rarely need this option.
     225Path of user's kernel. Generally your native kernel should be found and work
     226appropriately. Otherwise, you may use this option to point to another one.
    228227
    229228.TP
  • branches/3.2/mondo-doc/mondorescue-howto.sgml

    r3111 r3225  
    343343</row>
    344344<row>
    345 <entry>
    346 <ulink url="images/makernel.png"><inlinemediaobject><imageobject>
    347 <imagedata fileref="images/makernel-mini">
    348 </imageobject></inlinemediaobject>
    349 </ulink>
    350 </entry>
    351 <entry>
    352 Is your kernel sane? Red Hat, Mandrake, SuSE, Debian and Slackware users
    353 should in general say 'yes' because these vendors are good at
    354 producing reliable kernels. If you are using Gentoo or LFS
    355 then your kernel might be non-standard, in which case say 'no' to
    356 use Mondo's failsafe kernel (provided separately).
    357 </entry>
    358345</row>
    359346<row>
  • branches/3.2/mondo/src/common/libmondo-cli.c

    r3205 r3225  
    663663    if ((flag_set['k']) && (! bkpinfo->restore_data)) {
    664664        strncpy(bkpinfo->kernel_path, flag_val['k'], MAX_STR_LEN);
    665         if (!strcmp(bkpinfo->kernel_path, "failsafe")) {
    666             strcpy(bkpinfo->kernel_path, "FAILSAFE");
    667         }
    668         if (strcmp(bkpinfo->kernel_path, "FAILSAFE")
    669             && !does_file_exist(bkpinfo->kernel_path)) {
     665        if (!does_file_exist(bkpinfo->kernel_path)) {
    670666            retval++;
    671667            log_to_screen("You specified kernel '%s', which does not exist\n", bkpinfo->kernel_path);
  • branches/3.2/mondo/src/common/libmondo-tools.c

    r3205 r3225  
    940940        run_program_and_log_output("modprobe brd 2> /dev/null > /dev/null",FALSE);
    941941        if (run_program_and_log_output("grep ramdisk /proc/devices", FALSE)) {
    942             if (!ask_me_yes_or_no("Your kernel has no ramdisk support. That's mind-numbingly stupid but I'll allow it if you're planning to use a failsafe kernel. Are you?")) {
     942            if (!ask_me_yes_or_no("Your kernel has no ramdisk support. That's mind-numbingly stupid but I'll allow it if you're planning to use another kernel. Are you?")) {
    943943                //          retval++;
    944944                log_to_screen("It looks as if your kernel lacks ramdisk and initrd support.");
  • branches/3.2/mondo/src/common/mondostructures.h

    r3191 r3225  
    548548
    549549  /**
    550    * Path to the user's kernel, or "FAILSAFE" or "SUCKS" to use the kernel
    551    * included with Mindi.
     550   * Path to the user's kernel
    552551   */
    553552    char kernel_path[MAX_STR_LEN];
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