For decades even computer experts favoring alternative operating systems for x86 processors showed little concern with how their systems reached the OS—initialization stages typically called boot, bootloading, or bootstrapping options. That began to change shortly before the turn of the century as data-center administrators started dealing with larger clusters of servers, which caused them to rethink the
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