Yep, you've got it precisely right. LILO can't live on the MBR if you wantQuote:> Does anybody have such problem?
> After I installed redhat 5.1, I used LILO to boot back to NT, NT crashes at
> the starting.
> However, if after I removed LILO by fdisk/mbr, NT works again.
We have several machines set up thus.
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I have a pentium pro 200 mHz system with 96MB RAM, 3.8 GB HD. When I boot to
the linux CD, I am asked to assign a root partition. How does one do that?
Also, I will be grateful if anyone can direct me to appropriate installation
guides/steps, etc for the 5.1 redhat and for installing various cards, modems,
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