Bill Rugolsky Jr.
brugolsky at telemetry-investments.com
Thu Jan 12 19:02:10 UTC 2006
On Thu, Jan 12, 2006 at 01:46:48PM -0500, Jesse Keating wrote:
> It means gpt disk labeling, just like we do on ia64. In fact, you need
> gpt disk labeling to be able to support partitions/filesystems above
> 2TB. The world is moving on, we just have to catch up. elilo boots efi
> and gpt, but I'd much rather see grub2 support for it.
GNU GRUB 1.92 (Development)
by Yoshinori K. Okuji - Mon, Dec 26th 2005 07:05 PDT
About: GNU GRUB is a Multiboot loader. It was derived from GRUB. It
is an attempt to produce a bootloader for IBM PC-compatible machines
that has both the capability to be friendly to beginning or otherwise
non-technically interested users and the flexibility to help experts in
diverse environments. It is compatible with FreeBSD, NetBSD, OpenBSD and
Linux. It supports Windows 9x/NT/2000/XP and OS/2 via chain-loaders. It
has a menu interface and a command-line interface.
Changes: This release adds support for the GPT and Linux/ADFS partition
table formats, a new command "play" to play an audio file on a PC,
support for BASH-like scripting, and support for Apple HFS+ filesystems.
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