|Subject:||Re: help to understand grub steps|
|Date:||Thu, 11 Oct 2007 09:25:33 +0200 (CEST)|
> hello everyone!
> i have a few questions about grub steps!
> i know that when i start the pc:
> 1-the cpu loads the bios
> 2-bios controls that every component is functional and loads the stage 1
> that is stored in the MBR
> 3-stage 1 loads the stage 2 that is stored somewhere in the hd
> 4-stage 2 show to the user the Operating systems available and let the
> user select the one he wants, then it loads Kernel, initrd and other
> stuf related to the OS selected.
> these steps are right?
> i know that exists also a stage 1.5 placed after the bios step
> 2-bios loads stage 1.5 when the stage 1 stored in MBR is not available
> (why not?), stage 1.5 is located exactly after the MBR and once loaded
> it reads and load the stage 2 and so on...
> is it right?
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