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Re: Grub not solved but sidestepped
- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: Re: Grub not solved but sidestepped
- From: Harry Putnam <reader_(_at_)_newsguy_(_dot_)_com>
- Date: Sun, 20 Jun 2004 13:46:43 -0500
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- Organization: Still searching...
Scott Francis <darkuncle_(_at_)_darkuncle_(_dot_)_net> writes:
> or you could simply do away with your third-party bootloader altogether;
> NT-based systems support multiple OS booting natively. See the FAQ.
I knew that going in but the little I read about it lead me to
believe grub would be easier to setup... But I now think the talk of
grub being super robust etc is mostly malarky.
I was very slow to move away from lilo (on linux boxes) when grub
became more prevalent. Lilo truly is/was a robust little tool.
I thought about using lilo in this situation too, which I think
probably would be less of a headache than grub. But now with `gag'
I'll probably just stay with it.
Have you set up dual boot with ntbased tools? Was it a pain?
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