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Re: WinNT 4.0 + Debian Linux -- advice needed



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> Hi, everybody --
> 
> I know this type of question must have been asked before but I can't
> find a real answer:
> I've installed WinNT4.0 on /dev/sda (first, 540Mb SCSI drive) and Debian
> Linux 1.3.1 on /dev/sdb (sdb5 for root thru sdb9 for home fs) in that
> order. At the moment I use a floppy to boot linux...I would prefer to
> put LILO onto the MBR of the first drive and put a stanza for WinNT4.0
> in it. The catch: my NT has only ONE partition, covering whole 540 Mb of
> the first disk, and it is formatted as NTFS. *No DOS partitions or FAT
> ones whatsoever*
> Will lilo.conf like this work for this (NTFS) partition:

You can actually do it the other way instead and use the NT4.0 boot
menu to load linux. http://www.windows-nt.com has an excellent
HOWTO on this subject.

Ozzy,
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