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I am trying to get a Unix Based OS to load in a GRUB loader that I have. Intel Machine with XP and Ubuntu already installed, is there anyway for me to get the Unix OS to load or does GRUB not reconize Unix Based systems. Ive done some Googling and cant find any useful tutorials.

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I am trying to get a Unix Based OS to load in a GRUB loader that I have. Intel Machine with XP and Ubuntu already installed, is there anyway for me to get the Unix OS to load or does GRUB not reconize Unix Based systems. Ive done some Googling and cant find any useful tutorials.

With Grub you can boot M$ or a MAC partition.
Search for multiboot (I post my config there) in this forum, you will find different exemples.

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If this OS does not support GNU Multiboot Specification use GRUB chainloader.

All you need is in the official GRUB tutorial.





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