David Lloyd a écrit :
> > The biggest problem is Grub since Grub cannot boot from an XFS partition
> > and I really think Lilo is obsolete and should be dropped ASAP.
> > Any news from the person who is trying to do an XFS back end for Grub?
> Last time I looked at Grub and the latest version(s) of Lilo, the only
> difference I could see was that Grub's configuration looked like NT
> Loader's. So, why is Grub superior?
I don't know NT loader, but Grub understands filesystems. That means if
override your kernel or initrd you don'ty need to do anything special.
can hunt for a kernel who is not in the list. Grub alos allows to VIEW
what will be
your boot options, edit them with a reasonably user friendly interface,
will fall back if it doesn't find a kernel or even the second part of
And Grub really supports international keyboards (LILO's support is a
After using Grub LILO feels like driving a Model T Ford.
Jean Francois Martinez
The Independence project: because Linux should be for everyone