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GRUB

GRUB is an acronym for "GRand Unified Boot-loader" and is currently one of the most sophisticated boot loaders/boot manager around. While normal boot loaders keep a table of blocks on the hard disk, GRUB can browse the file system. At the moment, it supports these filesystems:

Apart from support for many different file systems, it has many other features. You can find a description of these at www.gnu.org/software/grub (http://www.gnu.org/software/grub).

See also: Grub (not capitalized)



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