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Perform a full GRUB install. See also the setup command, which acts as a frontend to install and is easier to use. The Stage 2 or Stage 1.5 file (both referred to as stage2_file here because they are loaded the same way) must be in its final install location (e.g., in the /boot/grub directory). install loads and validates stage1_file, installs a blocklist in the Stage 1 file for loading stage2_file as Stage 2 or Stage 1.5, and writes the completed Stage 1 file to the first block of the device dest_dev.
If the BIOS has LBA support but might return the incorrect LBA bitmap (which sometimes happens), --force-lba forces install to ignore the incorrect bitmap.
This option is required to specify the operating system name of the Stage 2 file if the filesystem where it is located cannot be unmounted.
Specify the address at which Stage 1 is to load Stage 2 or Stage 1.5. The possible values are 0x8000 for Stage 2 and 0x2000 for Stage 1.5. If omitted, GRUB determines the address automatically.
Specify the location of the configuration file for Stage 2.
Tell Stage 1 to look for the actual disk on which stage2_file was installed if it’s not on the boot drive.
Specify the destination device. The final Stage 1 file is written to this device.
If present, the partition where stage2_file is located is written ...