After every kernel update I have to run
update-burg manually. How do I make it automatic?
Hacky but it should work.
Another method for you is to edit
From: https://bugs.launchpad.net/burg/+bug/594431 (a bug report echos your experience)
This can similarly be wiped out by updates but as it's in
As people in the bug go on to say, this still isn't ideal as there's every possibility that somebody might want to run both burg and grub or at the very least keep the two synced.
You could go one further and write a new script like this:
Save it as
I guess in the long term, an
If you have the habit of doing
Save is as a text file apgrade.sh and mark it as executable. This script will perform every possible update, check whether the kernel list has changed, and update burg in case it did. I've been using it since 10.04 (bound to an alias), and no updates have broken it so far.
If, however, you like doing your updates manually through synaptic, then Oli's method might be better.
I created a script based on the most-helpful/best-rated information provided here. One subtle change is that the boot-loader executables are no longer exec'd (as in the case of grub it exits; thus the script exits and other loaders are not executed (@Ubuntu11)).
The script can be configured for multiple bootloaders.. (if the executable is
It could be extended to allow update executables that are not