Category Archives: Grub2

GRUB 2 is a rewrite of GRUB, although it shares many characteristics with the previous version, now known as GRUB Legacy.

Boot Grub2 with Secure Boot using Shim and MOK Manager

Secure Boot is designed to prevent non-Windows OS from booting. However, you can still boot Grub2 with Secure Boot using Shim and MOK Manager. And from Grub2, you can boot into other operating systems. Introduction Boot Grub2 with Secure Boot Limitation Introduction My computer does not have Secure Boot, I have not been able to test … Continue reading Boot Grub2 with Secure Boot using Shim and MOK Manager

 

PartIMG Mapper – Boot most Linux operating systems from ISO

PartIMG Mapper has the same features as Partition Image Mapper, but it runs directly on Grub2 and Grub4dos without Windows. Introduction PartIMG Mapper Overlapping partitions Windows Introduction Partition Image Mapper is a tool that allows you to temporarily use the partition image as a real partition. PartIMG Mapper is similar, please refer to Partition Image Mapper … Continue reading PartIMG Mapper – Boot most Linux operating systems from ISO

 

Grub2 parttool command and Partition Tools menu of AIO Boot

AIO Boot v0.9.7 has added the Partition Tools menu. This menu uses the Grub2 parttool command to help change some attributes of the partitions. This article will introduce this menu and instruct you to use this command manually. List disk devices and partitions parttool Active Partition type Hide Partition Tools Delete partition List disk devices … Continue reading Grub2 parttool command and Partition Tools menu of AIO Boot

 

Install Grub2 for AIO Boot and integrate WinPE 10 on Linux

AIO Boot is currently only supported on Windows. If you want to use this tool on Linux, integrate WinPE 10 and boot into a Windows environment. Linux is good and free OS, however Windows is more popular. Because knowledge of Linux is limited, AIO Boot is not supported on Linux at this time. However, you can … Continue reading Install Grub2 for AIO Boot and integrate WinPE 10 on Linux