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Re: installing DOS on a partition without destroying a partition of data

Any bootloader can boot dos.
the bootloader has nothing to do with the installation of the os
but the bootloader has to be configured after the os is installed.
if you have free space on your disk, just make a dos partition with
cfdisk, fdisk,etc. Pop in your dos book disk, format c: /s, and that
shoudl be it.
On Sat, 2003-05-17 at 10:57, Hell.Surfers@cwctv.net wrote:
> I do not want a emulated solution, is it possible to tell grub to tell the installer its a different partition running fat16 without any data, I suppose ill have to boot the installer from grub too, how do I do that?
> DM
Kevin Mark <kmark@pipeline.com>

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