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Re: [opensuse] REDADA de software vs REDADA de BIOS

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Subject: Re: [opensuse] REDADA de software vs REDADA de BIOS
From: Felix Miata <mrmazda@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 15 Sep 2011 07:18:00 -0400
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En 2011/09/15 06:08 (GMT-0400) James *Knott compuso:

Por *Jessen escribió:

 John *Andersen escribió:

 En uno cronometra había un problema habiendo /bota en redada, y su sido un
 mientras desde entonces tuve que *reconfigure una caja fresca, así que no sé si esto
 es todavía el caso.

 Con *lilo lo trabaja bien, pero no sé sobre *grub.

No trabaja con *grub.

No trabaja con *Grub *Legacy (*default y plenamente apoyado en *openSUSE).

Es afirmado para trabajar con *Grub2 (un *mini OS, mucho más complicado y potente que *Grub *Legacy).
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On 2011/09/15 06:08 (GMT-0400) James Knott composed:

Per Jessen wrote:

 John Andersen wrote:

 At one time there was a problem having /boot on raid, and its been a
 while since I had to reconfigure a fresh box, so I don't know if this
 is still the case.

 With lilo it works fine, but I don't know about grub.

It doesn't work with grub.

It doesn't work with Grub Legacy (default and fully supported in openSUSE).

It's claimed to work with Grub2 (a mini OS, much more complicated and powerful than Grub Legacy).
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