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#126 alacran

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Posted 12 December 2020 - 05:01 PM

It is UEFI only, still on first stages of development, the first version was released on 2020-11-19, so in your case, that you use your RamOS for everyday use, I suggest to wait a few more time to let the developer(s) fix certain details that are still under test.

 

This is IMHO the best place to look for the officially released versions: http://grub4dos.chen...-4-6a-for-UEFI/

 

I will add this link to post No. 121 too.

 

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#127 antonino61

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Posted 12 December 2020 - 07:47 PM

the same goes for me - the best place, but all I see now ahead of the rest is a sequence of for-uefi ones, shall I ignore all of these? for the time being, I have the 2020-08-09 one.



#128 alacran

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Posted 12 December 2020 - 08:12 PM

Yes, you are using the usuall MBR version, then go to this page: http://grub4dos.chen...ries/downloads/

 

Select 0.4.6a, and on next page just select the year 2020 and you will find there all 0.4.6a releases made on 2020, where 2020-08-09 is the more recent version.

 

By the way I'm still using for MBR the 0.4.6a from 2020-03-04 and haven't noticed it is even not listed anymore, it may have some bug and was removed, but so far it has being working fine for me.

 

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#129 antonino61

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Posted 12 December 2020 - 09:03 PM

exactly what I did.



#130 liuzhaoyzz

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Posted 3 weeks ago

schtrom,
You have done a great job. Now, the developer of grub4dos_UEFI (2011yaya2007777) and the developer of grub2 (Wintoflash) have updated their codes so that they can adapt to svbus. After a period of exploration, they have been able to successfully start UEFI-RAMOS based on svbus by using g4e/grub2 map or grub2 ntboot module. Thank you for your dedication of open source svbus!
 
I seldom go to reboot.pro, so I offer my belated thanks. Happy New Year! @schtrom
 
 
Thanks for alacran.

Edited by liuzhaoyzz, 3 weeks ago.

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