Quoting Steve Langasek (firstname.lastname@example.org): > Hi all, > > I'm working on cleaning up the release notes for the squeeze release, and in > the section on post-upgrade lilo handling, we have this note, which is > carried over from lenny (where it referred to etch): > > If you are using lilo as your bootloader (it is the default bootloader for > some installations of lenny) it is strongly recommended that you rerun lilo > after the upgrade. > > Can anyone confirm that it's actually the case in lenny that lilo is used by > default is some situations? I'm not sure where in d-i to look for this. Looking around in D-I SVN, I see no code under "packages/" that says "don't install grub-installer and use lilo-installer instead". So, only the packages' priorities and the Menu-Item number can give precedence of one over the other.... Packages are "Priority: standard" and grub-installer has a lower menu entry number. So, in short, I don't see any default install path where users would end up with lilo-installer being executed in place of grub-installer. The only path seems to be an expert install and explicitly choosing to install LILO instead of GRUB. So, I would say that LILO is no longer the default installer for some installations of lenny.
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