I discovered that there is a way to setup partiions for Linux under EZ-Drive.
Basically, you have to execute ez and change installed features. Add Windows
NT compatiblity mode. It warns you that your hard drive is vulnerable when
you boot off of a floppy, but I think that is why it works.
Reboot off a dos floppy (after ez-drive loads up), and use fips and/or fdisk
to setup the dos partitions, then reboot using the Linux Boot disk. If you
have an older kernel you have to follow the advise in the Large IDEs mini-faq,
but I didn't have that problem.
Setup your Linux partitions the way that you want them, and then continue with
NOTE: If you install LILO, do not save to the MBR. I think this is where ez-
drive sits, and if you do that you can say bye-bye to your partition table.
DISCLAIMER: It worked for me. I can't guarantee that it will work for you.
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