|This is GNU GRUB, the GRand Unified Bootloader. GRUB is intended to
|provide important bootloader features that are missing from typical
|personal computer BIOSes:
| - provides fully-featured command line and graphical interfaces
| - recognizes fdisk partitions and BSD disklabels
| - can dynamically read Linux ext2fs, ReiserFS, JFS and XFS, BSD ufs,
| MS-DOS FAT16 and FAT32, Minix fs, and VSTa fs filesystems, plus
| hardcoded blocklists
| - can boot Multiboot-compliant kernels (such as GNU Mach), as well
| as standard Linux and *BSD kernels
|See the file NEWS for a description of recent changes to GRUB.
|If you are interested in the network support, see the file
|README.netboot under the directory netboot.
|See the file INSTALL for instructions on how to build and install the
|GRUB data and program files. See the GRUB manual for details about
|using GRUB as your boot loader. Type "info grub" in the shell prompt.
|Please visit the official web page of GNU GRUB, for more information.
|The URL is <http://www.gnu.org/software/grub/grub.html>.