Stefan Smietanowski wrote:
> You're basically just doing what the installer does in the step right
> after this, no?
> The Post Install script is being run just before the bootloader is
> install. Hmm. Could be that you basically force a few extra writes that
> make things get written to platter.
No. %post scripts are executed directly after the install of a package.
Sorry. You meant the POST script of a package and not the post-install
script of the installer. Then I can see how that would work, but as
someone pointed out, with enough RAM in the machine and that might
not work either. The only thing that might save us there is if we can
get grub to install first so that the actual TIME makes it write
to disk. I'm going to go check up on how to make grub be installed