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When you power on or reset a x86-based Linux system, you'll usually first see the system manufacturer's logo, and/or some other messages from the system firmware. After that, the Linux bootloader will display its boot menu or logo. (It might be the logo of the Linux distribution in question.) On a x86-based Linux system, this is usually GRUB, but other ...


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