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Hi..

I want to write my own boot manager..

Anyone who knows where I can find some info, and most preferably some sourcecode (C/C++) ?

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by:jkr
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Take a look at the LILO source code at
http://ftp.halcyon.com/linux/slackware/source/a/lilo/
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arunck earned 100 total points
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You can take a look at GRUB ( multi Boot Loader ).
I don't exactly remember the site for it.
May be the GNU site might help you .
http://www.gnu.org/software/grub/grub.en.html

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by:lar_jens
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Thank you very much.. This is what i need.. =)
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