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Re: can grub on one disk boot OS on another disk?



My first disk is IDE and called hd0 by grub
My 2nd disk is scsi, it probably won't work if I call it "hd[0,1]" in menu.lst


On 11/21/10, teddieeb@tmo.blackberry.net <teddieeb@tmo.blackberry.net> wrote:
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>
> Running etch your most likely running grub1. If this is the case you must
> edit your
>
> /boot/grub/menu.list
>
> There are entries for each item on your boot menu. You must create an entry
> for Windows 98, you define the location of your installation via the hd[0,1]
> entry. The first number is your disk drive, the second is the partition,
> both start counting from zero.
>
> TeddyB
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