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* Grub
 
* Grub
 
* Syslinux
 
* Syslinux
* U-Boot
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* [[U-Boot]]
  
 
ARM:
 
ARM:
 
* [[APEX]]
 
* [[APEX]]
 
* Blob
 
* Blob
* U-Boot
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* [[U-Boot]]
  
 
MIPS:
 
MIPS:
* U-Boot
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* [[U-Boot]]
  
 
PowerPC:
 
PowerPC:
* U-Boot
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* [[U-Boot]]
  
 
[[Bootloader_Security_Resources]]
 
[[Bootloader_Security_Resources]]
  
 
[[Category:Bootloaders]]
 
[[Category:Bootloaders]]

Revision as of 00:44, 13 September 2007

A bootloader is a small application that is first run when a computing device is powered on. the primary purpose of a bootloader is to initialize the hardware i/o enough so that the core of an operating system may be loaded and executed.

some example bootloaders are:

X86:

ARM:

MIPS:

PowerPC:

Bootloader_Security_Resources