switch to a UEFI-ready bootloader by default
While reading a review of a Sandy Bridge motherboard in Anandtech it was pointed that upcoming intel motherboards will ship with a UEFI firmware instead of a BIOS. While reading the documentation for UEFI firmware I noticed that the bootloader has to be a UEFI application. In order to support this new hardware we need a bootloader that supports UEFI booting, GRUB legacy as far as I know doesn't support this. I think it's time to retire GRUB legacy and use GRUB2, elilo or rEFIt (though this one is a long shot).
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- Related feature #308497: Update to GRUB v2
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