On Wed, Aug 26, 2015 at 6:27 PM, Michel Catudal <mcatu...@comcast.net> wrote: > 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 > unacceptable. >
It's not a bug, and it won't be "fixed". Installing on a partition is simply not supported.