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GRUB is installed by default to the MBR, but it can be installed to the /boot partion too. As far as bootloaders go, all systems must have a bootloader, whether ...
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- 12-15-2004 #11
- Join Date
- Jun 2004
- Windsor, CO
GRUB is installed by default to the MBR, but it can be installed to the /boot partion too.
As far as bootloaders go, all systems must have a bootloader, whether it's Windows, Linux, FreeBSD, whatever. The bootloader starts a sort of chain recaction of booting the OS.
I personally reccomend using GRUB.Emotions are the key to the soul.
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- 12-16-2004 #12
LILO and GRUB are bootloaders. So when you boot up with your hard drive it will appear and give you a choich of what to boot into, this is very useful if you have more than 1 operating system on your computer.
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- Dec 2004
My problem has been solved
I come up with 3 choices
(LILO and GRUB) not one of them
1- boot up from your hard driver
2- I don't remember this one but it is related to the hard driver.
3- boot from floppy disk
I set the (bootloader) >> my hard drive ( the 1st one) and tt works
I shouldn't use the floppy disk. I don't need it, unless for emergiances.
thank you again
- 12-16-2004 #13