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tips:avoid-having-grub-wait-for-input-after-failed-boot [17.02.2014 23:34] (current)
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|+||====== Avoid having Grub wait for input after failed boot ======|
|+||By default, if the boot process fails in Ubuntu, the Grub timeout for the next boot will be disabled and the menu shown instead. This results in a situation that some keyboard input will be required in order to proceed. Obviously, this isn't convenient for headless machines, servers and virtual machines.|
|+||This default behaviour is easy to disable. Add the following to <i>/etc/default/grub</i> (assuming it doesn't already exist|
|+||# disable getting stuck in menu after fail|