Re: How do I replace lilo with grub?
Paul Johnson wrote:
> # dpkg --purge lilo
Don't purge it! Just --remove -- at least you would have
working /etc/lilo.conf if you would like to return back.
> # apt-get install grub
> Double check /boot/grub/menu.lst *before* you reboot.
> Personally, I would stick with lilo if it works for you until you have the
> experience to deal with an unbootable Linux system without tearing your
> hair out.
Except that it is possible boot with grub when screwed
up /boot/grub/menu.lst happens, with lilo you are just screwed.
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