Master Boot Record for IBM-PC compatible computers.
The MBR is used in booting operating systems from the hard disk. It
runs first, then transfers control to the operating system's loader
which transfers control to the kernel.
A replacement master boot record
3. Basic Installation
4. The boot process
Copyright (C) 1995, 1999 Neil Turton
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published b
mbr for Debian
This package used to consist essentialy of the file /boot/mbr.b, which was
used by the `lilo' package. Now this has changed and the lilo package uses
the install-mbr program to install our mbr if you want it.
You can also use the install-mbr by yourself, even to put our mbr on
machines that don't have Debian or Linux at all, as our mbr is capable of
loading other OS
Changes since 1.1.7:
* The "boot floppy" option in the TestDisk image has been fixed. It
previously failed to work in any circumstances.
Changes since 1.1.6:
* There is an extra variant of the code for the disk recovery
program called TestDisk.
Changes since 1.1.5:
* A bug which was introduced when big disk support was added, has been
fixed. Systems which use the big disk interface ca
INSTALL-MBR(8) Linux Administrator's Manual INSTALL-MBR(8)
install-mbr - in
mbr (1.1.10-2) unstable; urgency=low
* Added patch from upstream, thanks to Loïc for reporting a
Sun May 6 21:53:30 2007 Neil Turton <email@example.com>
* Updated Daniel B. Sedo
Neil Turton <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote the main code and
This is Debian GNU/Linux's prepackaged version of the MBR Master Boot
Record for IBM PC compatible c
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