RE: Linux/WinNT dual booting (an idea...)
You might find it a lot easier to use the NT Boot loader to boot
your linux partition
- I'll be trying this myself soon & I'll let you know how it goes - there's
a mini howto on the subject
You could also try allowing LILO to boot from /dev/hdc1 boot sector (or
whatever it's on) and get the
NT Bootloader to boot that partition directly - it should work (in theory
anyway) (take a look at the
mini howto - it has examples of the syntax for boot.ini - it's a bit like
the /dev/xxx style)
Hope it goes well :)
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Kendrick Myatt [SMTP:email@example.com]
> Sent: Thursday, July 02, 1998 8:03 PM
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: Linux/WinNT dual booting (an idea...)
> I'm not sure if my plan will work, but hopefully I'll find out this
> weekend. Feel free to save me the trouble if someone else has
> already tried this and it doesn't work... Actually I just realized
> that I may not have time this weekend... but anyway...
> My first hard drive has DOS and Win98 on it.
> My second drive had NT5 on it.
> My third drive has the Debian.
> NT must control the boot sector on the first drive, so I'm making
> win98 the default startup and setting it to present menu always.
> From there I can F4 or choose to boot to DOS which will prompt me
> with the DOS multi-config menu where I will choose either DOS or to
> run loadlin and boot linux. With the exception of using the loadlin,
> all the other parts have been done and work fine to let me into the
> other 3 OS...
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