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The basic function of a boot loader is to load an operating system installed on the computer. When there is more then one operating system installed, we talk about multi-booting.
GRUB2 is now the default boot loader in openSUSE, replacing GRUB Legacy (GRUB versions 0.9x). GRUB2 has more advanced features than GRUB Legacy. GRUB Legacy is still available, but is no longer being actively developed. More information about GRUB2 can be found here.
- All about GRUB - detailed GRUB multi-booting guide
- Recover Grub after Windows install
- Recover MBR after Grub install
- Booting - Wikipedia explanation about booting computer in general.
- GRUB Legacy (GRUB version 0.9x)
- GRUB Legacy The home of the GRUB Legacy
- GRUB Manual 0.97
- SUSE boot explains how to boot and multiboot openSUSE and Windows (2000, XP, Vista - any mix) using the GRUB boot loader
- Five ways to boot openSUSE when the bootloader is broken
- GRUB (GRUB 2)