Instead of partitioning off portions of one hard drive to run multiple
operating systems, using GRUB, can you run two different OS's (one one
each drive)? If so, how?
Install the other OS on the other drive.Quote:> If so, how?
Using Mandrake, I just click the drive tab, size the partition
and label it /.
No idea what OS you are talking about.
On Wed, 25 Jun 2003 00:49:56 GMT, Bit Twister
>> If so, how?
>Install the other OS on the other drive.
>Using Mandrake, I just click the drive tab, size the partition
>and label it /.
>No idea what OS you are talking about.
On Wed, 25 Jun 2003 01:11:41 GMT, Bit Twister
>Ok, make sure you have the steps to reinstall whatever boot
>loader you are using. Windoze will wipe it out.
>I think you will be needing the following:
>very large FAQ search engine
>google_reinstall_boot_loader_search_tag in the first box
>comp.os.linux in the Newsgroup box, pick english
>You may want to read http://www.catb.org/~esr/faqs/smart-questions.html
I cannot boot a drive that I know boots in other situations
IDE cable positions.
But in this current position (hdc apparently) it does not.
Somehow on Redhat install hdc=ide-scsi showed up in /etc/grub.conf and
other posts told me I need to remove it in order to get
that hdc harddrive to mount properly.
But, I removed that part in /etc/grub.conf, and it hasn't fixed it,
it still shows up in dmesg.
Others say you need to "rerun GRUB". How does one "rerun GRUB"?
And if not, how do I edit this file and have it updated
on the GRUB boot stage?