grub2-mkrescue man page

grub-mkrescue — Generate a GRUB rescue image using GNU Xorriso.

Synopsis

grub-mkrescue [-o | --output=FILE] [--modules=MODULES]

[--install-modules=MODULES] [--themes=THEMES]

[--fonts=FONTS] [--locales=LOCALES]

[--compress[=no,xz,gz,lzo]] [-d | --directory=DIR]

Description

grub-mkrescue can be used to generate a rescue image with the GRUB bootloader.

Options

--output=FILE
Write the generated file to FILE. The default is to write to standard output.
--modules=MODULES
Pre-load modules specified by MODULES.
--install-modules=MODULES
Install only MODULES and their dependencies. The default is to install all available modules.
--themes=THEMES
Install THEMES. The default is to install the starfield theme, if available.
--fonts=FONTS
Install FONTS. The default is to install the unicode font.
--locales=LOCALES
Install only locales listed in LOCALES. The default is to install all available locales.
--compress[=no,xz,gz,lzo]
Compress GRUB files using the specified compression algorithm.
--directory=DIR
Use images and modules in DIR.
--grub-mkimage=FILE
Use FILE as grub-mkimage(1). The default is /usr/bin/grub-mkimage.
--rom-directory=DIR
Save ROM images in DIR.
--xorriso=FILE
Use FILE as xorriso.
--grub-glue-efi=FILE
Use FILE as grub-glue-efi(3).
--grub-render-label=FILE
Use FILE as grub-render-label(3).
--label-font=FILE
Use FILE as the font file for generated labels.
--label-color=COLOR
Use COLOR as the color for generated labels.
--label-bgcolor=COLOR
Use COLOR as the background color for generated labels.
--product-name=STRING
Use STRING as the product name in generated labels.
--product-version=STRING
Use STRING as the product version in generated labels.
--sparc-boot
Enable booting the SPARC platform. This disables HFS+, APM, ARCS, and "boot as disk image" on the i386-pc target platform.
--arcs-boot
Enable ARCS booting. This is typically for big-endian MIPS machines, and disables HFS+, APM, sparc64, and "boot as disk image" on the i386-pc target platform.
--
All options after a -- will be passed directly to xorriso's command line when generating the image.

See Also

info grub

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Wed Feb 26 2014