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updates /boot/grub/gfxblacklist.txt from source files
in /usr/share/grub-gfxpayload-lists/blacklist/, which
disables GRUB’s gfxpayload=keep facility with certain
graphics cards. It should normally only need to be called
internally by packages.
If you need to
disable gfxpayload=keep locally (perhaps because your system
starts up with a black or corrupt screen), then you do not
need this program. Instead, add this line to
December 16, 2010 Ubuntu