Re (2): lilo removal in squeeze (or, "please test grub2")
> (3) The need for special backup requirements will be
> used by the opponents of Linux at my place of employment
> to oppose further deployments of Linux, ...
What about the carrot approach? Find an even better
backup method, compatible with Grub 2 and appealing
to your management for its efficiency.
Or what about putting Grub on a USB flash which can
be replicated easily and is largely independent of
your main non-volatile storage. The flash fails
and you plug in another. Main storage fails and
you invoke the traditional backup.
Regards, ... Peter E.
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