I am planning to install Linux, Windows 2000 and Windows 98 on the same
Has anyone got any recommended installation / partitioning strategies?
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Before you buy.
Install Win98 first, them Win2k. The Win2k bootloader will give you the
choice between Win98 and Win2k. Install Linux after that, with the /boot
hint of the PBen and put LILO in the Linux boot partition. Then first you
can boot Linux with a floppy. After that you can create a small file with a
command I just can't remember (read the howto on WinNT and Linux) which you
can copy to the root of C:, and you add a line to the boot.ini on the
booting drive for Win2k, enabling you to start off Linux as you start the
other two operating systems.