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This page will only contain short introduction and most used configurations users will touch. For detailed information, please see corresponding pages of each boot loader.
 
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== Introduction ==
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=== GRUB ===
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=== GRUB Legacy ===
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=== Syslinux ===
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=== LILO ===
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== Configuration ==
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=== Configuration files ===
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=== Kernel parameters ===

Revision as of 08:20, 16 July 2012

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Notes: This page is created to ease the transition from Grub to Grub2. (Discuss in Talk:Boot loaders#)

The boot loader is responsible for loading the kernel and initial ramdisk before initiating the boot process. You can use different kinds of bootloaders in Arch, such as GRUB(2), Syslinux, LILO or GRUB Legacy.

This page will only contain short introduction and most used configurations users will touch. For detailed information, please see corresponding pages of each boot loader.

Introduction

GRUB

GRUB Legacy

Syslinux

LILO

Configuration

Configuration files

Kernel parameters