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Re: Is it possible to install GRUB (legacy) to a raw filesystem without
Re: Is it possible to install GRUB (legacy) to a raw filesystem without partition table?
Mon, 28 Mar 2011 09:59:30 +0100
On 26 March 2011 21:45, Robert Wolf <address@hidden> wrote:
> On Sat, 26 Mar 2011, Ottavio wrote:
>> Note the /dev/sdc instead of /dev/sdc1
>> Note also that there's no grub on Slackware, only LILO.
> *** What about to mount this image and copy whole content to real partition?
Yes, I could do that and it would probably work, but I wanted to be
sure that it was not possible to install Grub to raw filesystem
without partition table
> *** You don't have to install other boot loader, if you have already one
> installed for your slackware. You need only to configure, where the boot
> finds the kernel and initrd.
Of course I can, I actually am LILO fanboy, but I just wanted to
teach myself how to use Grub.
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