Getting Windows NT to boot Linux

Getting Windows NT to boot Linux

Post by Arthur D. Jeriji » Mon, 15 Apr 1996 04:00:00

[ I cancelled the last post because of an error in the Subject: header. ]


        I (probably wisely) decided to migrate from Windows 95 to
Windows NT 3.51, and things work well so far.  I've also re-installed
my copy of Red Hat 3.0.3, with LILO written on the bootsector
of my root partition.  I want to load Linux using Windows NT's
boot menu.  Is there a way to do this?  I tried to edit
C:\BOOT.INI with no avail.
        Messages like "Don't use NT, you traitor!" go to /dev/null
(or alternatively, NUL:).

Arthur D. Jerijian   \  The opinions expressed in this message are mine
One man, one sinner   \  only, and not UCLA's.