Re: GRUB OR LILO?
On 4 July 2011 21:32, Camaleón <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Mon, 04 Jul 2011 06:24:38 +0000, Alex PADOLY wrote:
>> For a server that works permanently with DEBIAN SQUEEZE, I used LILO in
>> kernel compilation and with and scsi isa card. Why many of LINUX
>> distribution choose GRUB? I don't know that I must choose.
> I can't tell for LILO but GRUB legacy (which I know better that GRUB 2)
Hey, why not use grub2 ? it's shipped with Squeeze , Wheezy , Sid?
> was very poweful... powerful in the meaning of having many options to
> diagnose and providing a kind of shell at booting that allowed you to
> edit in-place the menu configuration files or find where the vmlinuz
> image is to adjust it on the fly if necessary.
I have to say that grub 2 is more powerful , as far as I know .
it behaves more like *nix software, such as the configuration file,which
means we'd better not edit the config of grub directly .
And it has the ability to probe other systems in the same hard disk (
though with some bugs to probe correctly the Mandriva/Mageia system)
the most important is it is maintained actively, while grub legacy is
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Yes, I use Debian GNU/L
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