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GRUB 2 becomes the default bootloader in Ubuntu 9.10

GRUB 2 becomes the default bootloader in Ubuntu 9.10

Posted Jun 25, 2009 16:31 UTC (Thu) by proski (subscriber, #104)
In reply to: GRUB 2 becomes the default bootloader in Ubuntu 9.10 by alankila
Parent article: GRUB 2 becomes the default bootloader in Ubuntu 9.10

GRUB 2 don't require direct writing to any filesystem for installation. Direct read access to the filesystem at the installation time is possible, but it's discouraged, and it's not the default mode of operation. The default is embedding the core into the sectors following the MBR (master boot record, the first sector of the hard drive).


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GRUB 2 becomes the default bootloader in Ubuntu 9.10

Posted Jul 1, 2009 8:02 UTC (Wed) by The_Barbarian (subscriber, #48152) [Link]

Or for GPT, grub is normally put into the BIOS boot partition or the EFI system partition.


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