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Re: hi

From: Marco Gerards
Subject: Re: hi
Date: Thu, 13 May 2004 16:25:02 +0200
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"gagan mohan goyal" <address@hidden> writes:

> i am software professional. 
> iam intrested in studying grub bootloader in detail, stepwise can u help me 
> me out

There is some documentation about the internals of GRUB Legacy, you
can find it in the GRUB Manual, in the section "Hacking GRUB".

While you are reading that, you should read the sourcecode of GRUB
(the relevant parts).  

Another interesting project is "GRUB 2".  It is a rewrite of GRUB
Legacy (the version everyone uses).  Although it is not ready to
replace GRUB Legacy, it is the right place to add new features, etc.

If you have any questions that are not answered by our documentation
(or if the documentation is not clear enough, please ask them).

And something unrelated to this.  Can you please use a more
descriptive title next time you send an email to this list (better do
that on any list related to Free Software)?  Not that I care about the
subject, the problem is that most people think email with as subject
"hi" is spam.  Or they won't read it for various other reasons I can
come up with.  Using a subject like "GRUB internals" or "Help with
GRUB hacking" would've been better.


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