8.2. Upgrading Boot Loader Configuration
Your completed Fedora installation must be registered
boot loader to boot properly.
A boot loader is software on your machine that locates and starts
the operating system. Refer to Chapter 10, Boot Loader
for more information about boot loaders.
If the existing boot loader was installed by a Linux distribution,
the installation system can modify it to load the new Fedora system.
To update the existing Linux boot loader, select
boot loader configuration
. This is the default
behavior when you upgrade an existing Fedora or Red Hat Linux installation.
GRUB is the standard boot loader for Fedora.
If your machine uses another boot loader, such as
Commander™, or the loader installed by Microsoft
Windows, then the Fedora installation system cannot update it.
In this case, select
Skip boot loader
. When the installation process completes,
refer to the documentation for your product for assistance.
Install a new boot loader as part of an upgrade process only if
you are certain you want to replace the existing boot loader. If
you install a new boot loader, you may not be able to boot other
operating systems on the same machine until you have configured
the new boot loader. Select
Create new boot loader
to remove the existing boot loader and
After you make your selection, click