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Re: 3Com 3C920 Help



Philipp Kolmann wrote:
> 
> Declan Grady wrote:
> >
[snip]

> > Also, how do I use a boot-manager (and where do I get one !) ? - I need to
> > boot either W98 or debian, each on its own partition .. at present I can use
> > cfdisk and fdisk to set the active partition then reboot.
> >
> lilo = Linux Loader = Bootmanager....
> 
> you can edit the lilo.conf file in /etc/lilo.conf
> 
> mine looks like this... I use it to boot Win98 and linux:
> 
> boot=/dev/hda2
> install=/boot/boot.b
> map=/boot/map
> prompt
> timeout=100
> 
> image=/boot/vmlinuz
>         label=Linux
>         read-only
> 
> image=/boot/vmlinuz-2.2.13
>         label=old
>         read-only
> 
> other=/dev/hda1
>         label=win
>         loader=/boot/chain.b
>         table=/dev/hda
> 
> it may need some adjusting for your personal use.. (esp the
> partitions...)
> after you made the changes, always call lilo (as root) to write this
> into the bootsector...
> 
> hope that helps
> greetinx
> Philipp
> 
> BTW if you want to boot win ondefault, just put that entry in front of
> the linux entries...
> 
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hello,

...or, you can edit the windoze config.sys and
autoexec.bat files:

for editing config.sys...:

[menu]
menuitem=Linux, Linux
menuitem=Win98, Win98
menudefault=Linux, 15

[Linux]
shell=c:\linux\loadlin.exe c:\linux\linux
root=/dev/hda5 ro

[win98]



for editing autoexec.bat...:

goto %config%

:win98

that's it.  the only things you may need to customize,
according to your system setup, are: 
a) make a directory in windoze called, "linux." 
(c:\linux)
b) copy your linux kernel to that windoze "linux"
directory.
c) make sure the specification "hda5" in config.sys
matches the actual partition where linux resides in
your box.  for example, if your linux system resides on
/dev/hda6, make sure to have "root=/dev/hda6 ro" in the
config.sys file.  (no prob.)

...works fine for my boxes.


(please, no flames...for such a "dishonorable"
approach.)  


later.

bentley taylor.

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