Re: booting with lilo win2k
William Jensen <email@example.com> writes:
> other=/dev/hda3 <-- notice hda3, make sure that yours points to the
> label=win correct partition..ie is win2k really on hda1?
That's funny. Is your /dev/hda3 an NTFS partition? I have the
following in my lilo.conf:
,----[ lilo.conf ]
| vga = normal
| image = /zImage
| root = /dev/hdd2
| label = linux
| append = "mem=96M"
| other = /dev/hda1
| label = win
| table = /dev/hda
LILO comes up OK at boot time, and boots linux just fine. If I choose
`win', then it attempts to boot Win, but I see a message:
`NTLDR is missing. Press Cntrl+Alt+Delete.'
win2k *is* on /dev/hda1, which I verified with fdisk just now.
I tried removing the `table=/dev/hda' option, but it made no
Any further ideas?
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