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GRUB Legacy

GRUB Legacy is a synonym of version 0.9x. GRUB Legacy provides rich features, but it has many design and implementation faults. GRUB Legacy is maintained but it will never be extended any longer. If you still want more features, it is better to take part in GRUB 2.

Please look at Project Manager wanted for GNU GRUB, if you are willing to help GRUB Legacy.

If you want to write information about GRUB Legacy, please do in GrubLegacy.


GRUB 2 is the next generation of GNU GRUB. GRUB 2 is a complete rewrite and is at a developmental phase. The most important goal is to make GNU GRUB cleaner, safer, more robust, more portable and more powerful.


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Multiboot Specification

Multiboot Specification is the native boot protocol in GRUB.

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