Re: Which Boot Manager?
if gets to the point where nothing else works, you can always use loadlin,
boot linux from dos mode. just need a copy of the kernel on a dos
accessable partition, and loadin.exe then its easy to make a batch file
for each distribution.
or you can search the www to see how to add linux to nt's boot menu, its a
*little* more complicated involves copying the boot info from linux to a
for your situation though, with that ezdrive software(curse it
silently) i'd probably go with loadlin if i was in your position.
if you use loadlin though make sure to do it from dos mode(safe dos
mode) to avoid any drivers/etc loading before.
On Sat, 5 Feb 2000, Lane Lester wrote:
lleste >I currently have Win 98 and NT along with Corel Linux on my system.
lleste >CL's lilo lets me go with either Linux or Windows, and NT's boot
lleste >manager lets me pick between 98 and NT.
lleste >I just bought McCarty's _Learning Debian GUN/Linux_, and I'd like to
lleste >install the Debian that came with it.
lleste >Can you tell me how to manage the booting between all these guys? I
lleste >installed Power Quest's Boot Magic, but after it started, my screen
lleste >went black and stayed that way. I had a dickens of a time getting back
lleste >to my original setup.
lleste >I don't know why Boot Magic wouldn't work, although their Web site
lleste >acknowledges that it can happen. I do use EZ-drive to manage the two
lleste >10-gig drives in my system.
lleste >So is there an approach I can use that will manage these OSes?
lleste >Preferably without having to reinstall any that are already there?
lleste >Lane Lester / Madison County, Georgia USA
lleste >Coming to you through Corel Linux
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