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Stable release 1.9.13
Written in Python
Operating system Linux
Type bootloader configuration
License MIT

StartUp-Manager is a program to configure GRUB, GRUB2, Usplash and Splashy. It was originally an Ubuntu project, but was later adapted to Debian. StartUp-Manager is not compatible with Ubuntu versions after 11.10.[1]

Development stopped on 6 May 2011 after the lead developer cited personal reasons for not actively developing the program. The developer is willing to let other people take over the project.

Apple Inc. also includes a Startup Manager as part of the ROM for Intel-based Macintosh computers..


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