Syslinux versus GRUB
Well up until now, I had thought that the world of Linux bootloaders was confined to just LILO and GRUB. Clearly GRUB is superior, so I've been spending mucho tiempo swotting up on it. Now, however, I have come across a bootable USB distro that uses Syslinux/Isolinux and am not happy as I don't know the first thing about it.
The question is, can I rip out Syslinux from this thumbdrive and hook up GRUB to boot it instead? All these bootloaders do is basically spoon-feed the kernel to the next step in the process, right? So is there any reason why I can't replace this Syslinux upstart with GRUB? Thanks, CC.