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grubconfig is a script that helps you install the GRUB bootloader on your system. It requires bash and dialog. It supports GNU/Linux IDE and SCSI devices; it does not support RAID devices.
 
grubconfig is a script that helps you install the GRUB bootloader on your system. It requires bash and dialog. It supports GNU/Linux IDE and SCSI devices; it does not support RAID devices.

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Grubconfig

https://web.archive.org/web/20080625021938/http://www.tux.org/pub/people/kent-robotti/looplinux/index.html
Helps install the GRUB bootlaoder.

grubconfig is a script that helps you install the GRUB bootloader on your system. It requires bash and dialog. It supports GNU/Linux IDE and SCSI devices; it does not support RAID devices.

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Required to usegrub
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