Re: Installation Impressions
On Sat, 2011-02-05 at 09:39 -0800, suvayu ali wrote:
Fedora uses a patched version of GRUB Legacy. It can read / partitions
on LVM but the /boot partition still needs to be ext* on disk.
Hmm, isn't it more the case that the *kernel* reads the LVM partitions?
GRUB starts loading the kernel, which is in the /boot partition. From
then on, it's the kernel doing the work, GRUB has passed the baton on.
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