Re: Success on installing Hurd
The jist of the conversation seemed to imply that mbr was primarily used
to increase the size of the MBR by 64k. I hadn't realized that mbr was
a bootloader program as well. Then again why would I need to increase
my MBR by 64k if GRUB is already sized to fit in the MBR?
Roland McGrath wrote:
> I don't know of any benefit of using mbr vs installing GRUB in your MBR.
> You need GRUB to boot the Hurd anyway, and GRUB can be installed in the MBR
> and can take commands to boot ("chain-load") from any other partition.
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