GNU GRUB 0.93
GNU GRUB, the GRand Unified Bootloader, is intended to provide important bootloader features that are missing from typical personal computer BIOSes.
It provides full-featured command line and graphical interfaces, recognizes fdisk partitions and BSD disk labels. It can dynamically read Linux ext2fs, BSD ufs, MS-DOS FAT16 and FAT32, Minix fs file systems, and hardcoded blocklists.
It can also boot Multiboot-compliant kernels, and standard Linux and BSD kernels.
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