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Linux Boot loader – GRUB

The function of a boot loader is to locate the Linux kernel, and load it into memory before starting it. Boot loading usually occurs in at least two    stages – the BIOS loads the primary boot loader, which loads a secondary boot loader in order...

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Mastering Grub – Part 2 – Grub Configurations

1. Grub Configurations GRUB is configured using ‘grub.cfg’, usually located under ‘/boot/grub’. This file is quite flexible, but most users will not need to write the whole thing by hand. 1.1  Simple configuration handling The program ‘grub2-mkconfig’ generates ‘grub.cfg’ upgrading a distribution, and will discover available...

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Mastering GrUB – Part 3 – Grub Booting and Images

Booting GRUB from the network The following instructions don’t work for *-emu, i386-qemu,i386-coreboot, i386-multiboot,mips_loongson, mips-arc and mips_qemu_mips to generate a netbootable directory, run:       grub2-mknetdir –net-directory=/srv/tftp –subdir=/boot/grub -d /usr/lib/grub/<platform> E.g.  for i386-pc:     grub2-mknetdir –net-directory=/srv/tftp –subdir=/boot/grub -d /usr/lib/grub/i386-pc Then follow instructions printed out by grub2-mknetdir on...

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