The issue of this topic is to open a discusson about if the time to change to grub2 had become. I have no complain about the Grub Legacy that we have in our dear pclos as long as i dont want to install another linux OS, because in that case...uffff. Lets face it, almost all the Linux OS have already Grub2, so if you want to install another Linux OS (along with pclos) in a separate partition or separate HD you have to be very carefull in the installation process in order to install the Grub2 of this new Linux OS on its own root partition (sda 4, 5...or sdb1, in case of separate HD), and do that over again when the Grub2 comes to update, because if you install the grub2 by default (sda), the new grub2 will take the place of the pclos Grub Legacy and then pclos wont boot. Once you have installed the grub2 of the new Linux OS on its own root partition, you have to add this new Linux OS to the Grub Legacy in pclos with redo MBR or editing Menu.Ist ...too complicated!!
Wouldnt it be easier if just pclos have Grub2 so we can install almost any linux OS without any concern? Is it worth it to maintain Grub Legacy in pclos knowing that with that old grub is ver difficult to install another dual boot Linux OS?