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I have been reading on this forum before installing Yoper, and one of the posts said to find a distro that allows for more control with the bootloader. My question ...
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    Installing Yoper


    I have been reading on this forum before installing Yoper, and one of the posts said to find a distro that allows for more control with the bootloader.

    My question is, can Yoper be installed without a bootloader? I already use Grub for booting Sourcemage, Suse and windows.
    And I would really hate to mess this up.
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    far as i know, you can select whether you do or not. hope this helps. there may be an option yoy choose.
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    Since posting that, I found an old hard drive, and put Yoper on that. And yes there was an option not to use a bootloader.
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