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David Stanford wrote:
>> Good question; not sure about that one, since the BIOS may or may not
>> count the EIDE channels as 0 and 1, and the SATA as 2 and 3. Needless to
>> say, this little numbering scheme with grub has become confusing, esp
>> with the introduction of new technology (SATA) >.>. Not sure how
>> numbering would work with SCSI either (something I should try sometime),
>> because I don't know how the BIOS numbers drives with SCSI cards or SATA
>> drives put into the mix.
>>
> 
> Another good point. I suppose it's documented somewhere, but who has
> time to
> RTFM? :)
> 
> -David

        Erm... although I don't mind the examples, the documentation for GRUB
seems a bit lacking (manpage yields almost nothing, but there's a bit in
"info grub").

        Though, specifics like this aren't really explained.
- -Garrett
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