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SCSI Linux & IDE Win95 on same box?


I'd like to ask for some advice on a new system I want to build.  I'd
like to have a Windows 95 filesystem installed on an IDE disk and a
Linux (Debian 1.3.1) on a SCSI disk.  I have a generic EIDE controller
with HD and CDROM currently, and will be installing an Adaptec 2842 in
addition with a SCSI disk on it.

I already have Win95 on the IDE disk I want to use, and want to
install the SCSI disk.  Do I need to do anything special to get it to
boot properly?  Always before I've had all-Windows or all-Linux boxes,
to make things simpler, and basically I'd like some advice on how to
set this up.

I would also like to be able to access the Win95 partition from within


William R Ward          Bay View Consulting   http://www.bayview.com/~hermit/
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