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In previous versions of Fedora you got asked, during installation, where you wanted to install the boot loader, either on the /boot partition of the Fedora layout or in the ...
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    Where does the boot loader get installed in Fedora 9


    In previous versions of Fedora you got asked, during installation, where you wanted to install the boot loader, either on the /boot partition of the Fedora layout or in the MBR.

    I have a dual boot setup, where I can boot into either Linux or Windows. So, to keep from messing with Windows, I didn't/don't install GRUB in the MBR. I used to install the boot loader on the /boot partition.

    But with Fedora 9 it seems to give you no choice. Does anybody know where the bootloader gets installed?

    Thank you,

    royeo

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    Did you not have an option like this?
    The default looks to be the mbr indicated here.

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