Le 2015-08-26 13:37, Fernando Rodriguez a écrit :

This may not be complete and some of these may be possible to some extent with
legacy grub:

1. Grub Legacy is 32-bit only, so you need 32-bit libraries or use grub-
static. Grub2 is portable, even beyond Intel architectures.
2. Grub2 has been rewritten to be modular. Instead of Grub's stages model it
uses a core image and a bunch of modules.
3. EFI support without chainloading or other hacks.
4. Better filesystem support. Including loopback devices.
5. Graphics and theming support.
6. Grub2's config file (the one it tells you not to edit manually) is scriptable
using a shell-like script language.
7. Password support for each entry.

I've had serious problems in the past getting to to install on a partition and 
gave up. Is that bug fixed? It insists on installing on the MBR which is 


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