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Alin Fang wrote:
> Hello, all.
>    I do this test:
>    =================================
>    1:
>    A new PC never run grub-install before .
>    rm /boot/grub/*stage*
>    reboot
> 
>    Is OK. Grub can run and can load kernel.
> 
> 
> ================================
> 
>    2
>    grub-install /dev/sda
>    rm /boot/grub/*stage*
>    reboot
> 
>    you can see : grub can not load stage2.
> 
> ========================
> I know that : grub load kernel by this way :
>         stage1
>        /           \
>  stage2       stage1.5
>                     \
>                  stage2
> 
> But I don't know : how grub chose one ?
> 
I thought that the installer would use stage 1.5 as long as it was
being installed to a file system there was a stage 1.5 for, unless
you specified otherwise.

Mikkel
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