}I'm trying to get Windows95, WindowsNT and Linux to multi boot on the
}same system. I prefer it over the LILO utility, so ...
}I have a 1.6gig EIDE drive that successfully boots and runs 95 and NT.
}I installed Linux to the second EIDE drive (540M), and am trying to
}figure out where and how the boot loader goes, hopefully using System
}I just got the O'Reilly book Running Linux, so I'll start in there,
}but should any of you have a working example, I would like to see how
}you set it up.
Actually the best place to look is the book for system commander.
That fine manual has a very good section on common installations.
Although my book is for 2.1 I cannot believe that the newer book
doesn't have that section.
However, just in case try this. Have LILO's target location set to ROOT
- Use superblock of the root linux partition. Then when you reboot
system commander will probably pick up Linux automaticaly. If it
doesn't you will have to do an Alt-S, go to setup and then go to
order,add and removal menu.
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