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1 Introduction to GRUB
1.1 Overview
1.2 History of GRUB
1.3 Diferences from previous versions
1.4 GRUB features
1.5 The role of a boot loader
2 Naming convention
3 Installation
3.1 Installing GRUB using grub-install
3.2 Making a GRUB bootable CD-ROM
3.3 The map between BIOS drives and OS devices
4 Booting
4.1 How to boot operating systems
4.1.1 How to boot an OS directly with GRUB
4.1.2 Chain-loading an OS
4.2 Some caveats on OS-specifc issues
4.2.1 GNU/Hurd
4.2.2 GNU/Linux
4.2.3 DOS/Windows
5 Writing your own confguration fle
5.1 Simple confguration handling
5.2 Writing full confguration fles directly
5.3 Embedding a confguration fle into GRUB
6 Theme fle format
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Theme Elements
6.2.1 Colors
6.2.2 Fonts
6.2.3 Progress Bar
6.2.4 Circular Progress Indicator
6.2.5 Labels
6.2.6 Boot Menu
6.2.7 Styled Boxes
6.2.8 Creating Styled Box Images
6.3 Theme File Manual
1. Global properties
6.3.1 Global Properties
6.3.2 Format
6.3.3 Global Property List
6.3.4 Component Construction
6.3.5 Component List
6.3.6 Common properties
7 Booting GRUB from the network
8 Using GRUB via a serial line
9 Using GRUB with vendor power-on keys
10 GRUB image fles
11 Filesystem syntax and semantics
11.1 How to specify devices
11.2 How to specify fles
11.3 How to specify block lists
12 GRUB’s user interface
12.1 The fexible command-line interface
12.2 The simple menu interface
12.3 Editing a menu entry
13 The list of available commands
13.1 The list of commands for the menu only
13.1.1 menuentry
13.2 The list of general commands
13.2.1 serial
13.2.2 terminal input
13.2.3 terminal output
13.2.4 terminfo
13.3 The list of command-line and menu entry commands
13.3.1 acpi
13.3.2 badram
13.3.3 blocklist
13.3.4 boot
13.3.5 cat
13.3.6 chainloader
13.3.7 cmp
13.3.8 confgfle
13.3.9 cpuid
13.3.10 crc
13.3.11 date
13.3.12 drivemap
13.3.13 echo
13.3.14 export
13.3.15 gettext
13.3.16 gptsync
13.3.17 halt
13.3.18 help
13.3.19 initrd
13.3.20 initrd16
13.3.21 insmod
13.3.22 keystatus
13.3.23 linux
13.3.24 linux16
13.3.25 ls
13.3.26 parttool
13.3.27 password
13.3.28 password pbkdf2
13.3.29 play
13.3.30 pxe unload
13.3.31 reboot
13.3.32 search
13.3.33 sendkey
13.3.34 set
13.3.35 unset
13.3.36 uppermem
14 Authentication and authorisation
15 Supported boot targets
16 Boot tests
17 Error messages produced by GRUB
17.1 GRUB only ofers a rescue shell
18 Invoking grub-install
19 Invoking grub-mkconfg
20 Invoking grub-mkpasswd-pbkdf2
Appendix B Reporting bugs
D.1 Getting the source code
D.2 Finding your way around
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