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Old 03-16-2010, 11:07 AM   #1
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I am very curious about updated graphics in GRUB2.
So I want to compile and load grub2.
Where can i get the grub2 source code.

While browsing i got two links[/COLOR]

first one has upto 1.98. Second link is not working.
Can someone point the link where GRUB2 is available.
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1.98 is the latest version of Grub2. Grub has always been funny like that. The original grub never even reached 1.0. I think the last version was 0.97.

What distribution are you using? Chances are, there's already a package compiled that you could just install from your repos.
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NOTE: The BZR repo doesn't support source-browsing, so you'll need to get a copy of the repo with bzr branch


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