Re: lilo as boot manager possible ?
>>>>> "Benjamin" == Benjamin F Zhou <email@example.com> writes:
Benjamin> Hi, I have a Win98 and a Linux installed on my notebook in
Benjamin> two primary partitions. During Linux setup, I chose Linux
Benjamin> as default boot partition because I thought "default"
Benjamin> means you dont have to choose if want Lnux.
Benjamin> But after that I notice I could not choose to boot
Benjamin> DOS/Win98 partion anymore. I have to use fdisk to set that
Benjamin> partion to "active" in order to boot Win98 partition.
Benjamin> this is really tedious and could be dangerous. Is there a
Benjamin> way I can set lilo to offer me an option to boot from the
Benjamin> other partition?
Her's my lilo.conf (/dev/hda1 => win, /dev/hda3 => linux)
boot = /dev/hda
delay = 40
vga = normal
root = /dev/hda3
default = new
image = /boot/vmlinuz-2.2.14
label = linux
image = /boot/bzImage-2.2.14
label = new
other = /dev/hda1
label = win
table = /dev/hda
When lilo is printed, press CTRL and type "win" or "linux".