On Sat, Mar 09, 2002 at 06:30:27PM -0700, Joel Baker wrote:
> Honestly? I'd really love to see GRUB achieve it's nominal purpose - GRand
> Unified Bootloader. Making it capable of compiling on, and booting, *BSD
> machines seems like a major step forward for it, and it shouldn't be all
> that hard - it's just one kernel and one primary filesystem (FFS) to make
> sure function, to support the vast majority of BSD-land.
It compiles and boots the kernel, so the only sticking point really is the
passing of kernel options. This is handled for FreeBSD, but not Net or
Open. If anyone has any idea how this is done, implementing it would
certainly be useful.
Matthew Garrett | email@example.com
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