today I've made an update with my SL X KDE 4.9.1 to KDE 4.9.2. Everything is fine (as all I see).
So then I wanted to change grub configuration in system settings of KDE (Start and Stop, Install GRUB2 Loader).
I was asked for root password (2 times) then I could change some settings (e.g. Wallpaper).
But then, when I clicked on 'ok' (or 'confirm in English?), the moment when KDE should create a new grub.cfg, I recieve the following:
which means, the creation of the file /boot/grub2/grub.cfg.new has failed.
I've checked and I see, I don't have a /boot/grub2 directory . But I have a /boot/grub directory.
So, I don't really know, do I have a grub2 installed at all or still an old (legacy) one (created by Live USB stick)?
And ... can I simply rename my /boot/grub directory to /boot/grub2 and start change GRUB2 configuration again?
Sure I can backup my mbr (512 bytes) and the /boot directory, but I know that GRUB is very sensitive.
What can I do to use 'Change GRUB2' with KDE system settings?
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uname -a Linux Sabayon-X-2012 3.5.0-sabayon #1 SMP Tue Sep 11 08:32:33 UTC 2012 x86_64
-Linuxfluesterer (I love KDE ...)