* ron minnich <rminnich(a)gmail.com> [190611 07:13]:
if you boot windows 12 would you need tianocore?
Need is a harsh word, but the simple answer to a simple question is yes,
You can use SeaBIOS, but Windows does not officially support legacy BIOS
since at least Windows 7, so whatever works today might stop working
> On Mon, Jun 10, 2019 at 1:44 PM Nico Huber <nico.h(a)gmx.de> wrote:
> > On 09.06.19 20:53, Matt B wrote:
> > > It is possible through u-root support for multiboot images  to
> > > grub?
> > Yes, I would think so. But in case we are still on topic: It won't
> > help you to boot Windows (unless you also implement UEFI services
> > in your LinuxBoot and use a UEFI GRUB).
> > To chainload something for Windows I would currently go either one of
> > these ways:
> > coreboot -> LinuxBoot -> SeaBIOS -> Windows loader
> > coreboot -> LinuxBoot -> tianocore -> Windows loader
> > I think SeaBIOS already has an option to build a multiboot image. In
> > either case you could also (in theory) pack either into a bzImage and
> > feed that to kexec.
> > Nico
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