On Sat, 29 Mar 2003, Jesse Keating wrote:Other than the change for changes sake, I can't see a reason for it. I am used to lilo and have had more problems with grub than lilo has ever given me. Besides I could not see how grub was better than lilo with out having to research the configuration and command syntax it uses.
On Saturday 29 March 2003 11:32, Guy Fraser uttered:
Deprecated, not removed. Lilo _may_ be removed in the future, probably once grub can do everything lilo can do. It already does quite a lot that liloThe following packages have been deprecated, and may be removed from a future release of Red Hat Linux: - pine - License-related issues ... - lilo - Grub is the recommended bootloader
I absolutely hate grub! Now this sucks big time!
Just out of interest, what is it that LILO can do that GRUB cannot at present? I've enjoyed the switch from LILO to GRUB, but I only use it for relatively simple things.
Thanks for any info,