Re: Which Boot Manager?
I don't understand why anyone using Linux would resort to 3rd party
proprietary software to manage their boot-up. LILO will allow for as
many different OS boots as you are able to make partitions for. If you
have some beef with LILO, then there is always grub.
Personally I've always been well served by LILO and feel it is an
extremely useful boot up manager.
Take a look at man lilo, and you'll see what I mean.
> I use System Commander.
> At 01:05 AM 2/5/00 +0000, Lane Lester wrote:
> >I currently have Win 98 and NT along with Corel Linux on my system.
> >CL's lilo lets me go with either Linux or Windows, and NT's boot
> >manager lets me pick between 98 and NT.
> >I just bought McCarty's _Learning Debian GUN/Linux_, and I'd like to
> >install the Debian that came with it.
> >Can you tell me how to manage the booting between all these guys? I
> >installed Power Quest's Boot Magic, but after it started, my screen
> >went black and stayed that way. I had a dickens of a time getting back
> >to my original setup.
> >I don't know why Boot Magic wouldn't work, although their Web site
> >acknowledges that it can happen. I do use EZ-drive to manage the two
> >10-gig drives in my system.
> >So is there an approach I can use that will manage these OSes?
> >Preferably without having to reinstall any that are already there?
> >Lane Lester / Madison County, Georgia USA
> >Coming to you through Corel Linux