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Along with this, an easy to configure "multi-boot" for those who want to run
both Debian and win95/98 on their systems.  The current Debian liloconfig
doesn't make setting it up easy for the enduser.  While I havn't needed this
functionality for a LONG time, I feel that the Slackware liloconfig script does
a better job.  I hope this doesn't offend the lilo maintainer, but I've heard a
LOT of complaints from people about this issue.

							Dave Bristel

On 8 Sep 1999, Miquel van Smoorenburg wrote:

> Date: 8 Sep 1999 19:14:37 +0200
> From: Miquel van Smoorenburg <miquels@cistron.nl>
> To: debian-devel@lists.debian.org
> Subject: Re: GRUB
> Resent-Date: 8 Sep 1999 17:14:53 -0000
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> In article <cistron.19990908130300.A558@bluegreen.dhis.org>,
> Daniel Burrows  <Daniel_Burrows@brown.edu> wrote:
> >    -> It groks filesystems.
> >
> >  FWIW, I think that GRUB should be the standard bootloader for Debian
> >eventually.
> H. Peter Anvin (aka "hpa") is writing a new bootloader for Linux that
> will do things like this as well and it might be less, well, "clunky"
> (at least that's the feel I got from GRUB). If you want to change the
> default bootloader after potato gets released which is a few months
> away anyway it might be worth checking out this project by that time.
> Mike.
> -- 
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> 	-- Bill, "The Terrible Thunderlizards"
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