Why does cron-apt run /usr/sbin/update-grub?
I've installed turnkey-mysql in one partition and a debian linux64 in another partition. These two share a common /boot partition. I've manually modified /boot/grub/grub.cfg to suit my needs.
Last night, apt-get ran update-grub and has fundamentally undone the customization I did for grub.cfg and perhaps more annoyingly has set the timeout value to -1, which requires one to actually hit enter on a boot entry to boot.
Why would cron-apt need to do this, and how can I make it never do that again?