I want to add a Linux only drive to a Win 98 system. Win 98 drive
will be primary and Linux drive will be slave. The existing drive has
3 partions, Primary C: (system files), and extended D: (program & dat
files) & E: (temp and junk files). Normally if I add a drive, new
drive will be D:, and partitions on old drive will become E: & F:. I
don't want the letters to change because then I will need a Registry
hack etc, using software such as ZDNet's COA to change drive
references. Otherwise, menus etc won't find old D: (new E:) programs.
All the solutions I have Googled involve only Windows drives, and
reconfiguration of extended partitions.
Is there any simple way of adding Linux drive so I don'ty lose
existing Win drive (partition) references, or do I still need to edit
registry, shortcuts etc.