[syslinux] [PATCH] (vesa)menu.c32: Add support for BLS
Gregory Lee Bartholomew
gregory.lee.bartholomew at gmail.com
Fri Jul 12 07:27:13 PDT 2019
On Tue, 2019-05-28 at 02:30 +0000, Ady Ady via Syslinux wrote:
> > > > > Modern distributions are moving toward a common boot scheme called
> > > > > "The Boot Loader Specification".
> > > >
> > > > Which distributions are using this yet?
> > [copy & paste from other reply]
> > > Fedora 30
> > Not that many for a specification written about 6 years ago.
> If I may, as a side-note...
> Let's not confuse "embrace" (and even "push for") with "support".
> Let's not confuse one non-neutral "document" (that someone wrote as
> part of the desires of one organization) with some kind of "universal
> specification that should rather be followed by everyone for the
> improvement of humanity and technology".
> I'm not necessarily "absolutely opposed" - I'm not enthusiastic about
> it (either) - but let's be clear about what the document is, and what
> it is not.
I have submitted a new patch request here:
The new patch request supersedes this one and contains several bug fixes and
enhancements. Anyone who finds this thread in the archives should refer instead
to the one linked to above.
FWIW, I have nothing to do with the systemd project. I am just a Fedora user who
would like to see Syslinux integrate a little better with my OS. :-)
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