GRUB 2 now default for new installations

Lars Wirzenius lars at
Wed Jun 10 19:44:22 UTC 2009

ke, 2009-06-10 kello 15:21 -0400, John Moser kirjoitti:
> Every argument for putting Grub or the kernel on a separate partition
> has been based around the idea that these files are somehow more
> important than, say, /bin/sh

Putting the kernel (i.e., /boot) on a separate partition is often
mandated by the BIOS not being able to read all of a large hard disk. I
have a motherboard from 2008 that has that problem, so it's not ancient
history, either.

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