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Roger Ivie wrote:
[...]
> Back in the days I was doing this sort of thing, I used a boot block
> called BOOTANY that I found on the net. It popped up a little menu
> allowing me to select the OS. Making a selection set that partition
> active and continued the boot sequence. Came with source.


GRUB understands DOS file systems and will boot anything; you should be able
to have GRUB load from your MBR, with GRUB's system files living in the DOS
partition, and have it chain onto either your DOS partition or your CPM-86
partition as required.

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