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Re: Grub and two distros



Tim:
>> No, the MBR has the most basic information to be able to read something
>> from a drive.  This will be aimed at some partition, where something
>> larger and more useful (e.g. ordinary disc files rather than half a meg
>> of space in the boot record)

Matthew Flaschen:
> Actually, half a KB.  The MBR is very short loader code, that simply
> reads the next boot stage from the partition into memory.

Yes, of course.  Had megs on the brain for some reason.

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[tim localhost ~]$ uname -r
2.6.27.9-73.fc9.i686

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