I have looked into the possibility of booting from the CD-ROM using
GRUB. The possible advantage is that the user can choose
which kernel to boot from.
After some research, I discovered that grub seems to be unable to
use the result used by "find".
i.e. We have to guess where the CDROM drive exists.
I guess that CD-Rom drive could be anywhere from
(hd1) to (hd3).
Maybe I am wrong.
"find" will search for the device which a file exists,
and echo back the device name.
On another topic, has anybody started adding support for
installing "GRUB" from the boot-floppy for linux-i386?
Does the HURD boot-floppies have this feature of installing
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