I have new computer with UEFI. I formated the disc as GPT (not MBR), made few small partions on start (as placeholders for UEFI, for boot, for swap etc ...) then larger partition for system / (and left rest of the disc free for future usage) and installed Gentoo.
But I cannot figure, how to install grub-LEGACY to enable booting different kernels with different command line aguments. It is easy on MBR disc and it is easy to manage grub.gonf with just nano or so to get changes done. Much easier and more straithforward, then configuring and running bunch of scripts every time I need small change to Grub2 configuration (and the resultinggrub.conf is also much smaller and more readable), so I would like to stich with grub-legacy as long as possible.
(I know, that Grub2 is more new and supports more filesystems, which I do not ever use, but so far grub-legacy worked just well for me and did everything I needed in easy and simply to understand/modify way)
Thanks for all directions