GRUB-BIOS-SETUP

Section: C Library Functions (3)
Updated: Wed Feb 26 2014
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NAME

grub-bios-setup --- Set up images to boot from a device.

 

SYNOPSIS

grub-bios-setup [-a | --allow-floppy] [-b | --boot-image=FILE]
[-c | --core-image=FILE] [-d | --directory=DIR]
[-f | --force] [-m | --device-map=FILE]
[-s | --skip-fs-probe] [-v | --verbose] DEVICE

 

DESCRIPTION

You should not normally run this program directly. Use grub-install instead.

 

OPTIONS

--allow-floppy
Make the device also bootable as a floppy. This option is the default for /dev/fdX devices. Some BIOSes will not boot images created with this option.

--boot-image=FILE
Use FILE as the boot image. The default value is boot.img.

--core-image=FILE
Use FILE as ther core image. The default value is core.img.

--directory=DIR
Use GRUB files in the directory DIR. The default value is /boot/grub.

--force
Install even if problems are detected.

--device-map=FILE
Use FILE as the device map. The default value is /boot/grub/device.map .

--skip-fs-probe
Do not probe DEVICE for filesystems.

--verbose
Print verbose messages.

 

SEE ALSO

info grub


 

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