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On Thu, May 10, 2001 at 04:02:18PM +0100, Frederico Mu?oz wrote:
> Peter Makholm wrote:
> > Frederico Mu?oz <fsmunoz@sdf.lonestar.org> writes:
> > <quote source="/tmp/lilo-27.1.7/debian/control">
> > Package: lilo
> > Section: base
> > Priority: important
> > Architecture: i386
> > </quote>
> > 
> > Not even hurd-i386.
> > 
> Yes, well, It wasn't a typo, I was just, er, wrong; I assumed blidnly 
> that the quote from
> the grub control file was meant to show that grub runned on fewer archs.
> Stupid mistakes, since I know from experience that I have only used it 
> to boot
> i86 boxen.

Um, seeing as GRUB was written because the HURD people got pissed off at the
lack of a decent multiboot bootloader, I think it would support HURD just
fine. If there isn't any HURD version, I'd call that a build(d) failure, not
a GRUB failure.

Daniel Stone

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