> : I upped to Win '95. Now I don't get a choice for LINUX or dos. What to do?
> : ddddd
> The same happened to me when I upgraded. Get a Linux bootdisk, boot linux
> and run LILO. If you don't have a linux bootdisk, uninstall Win 95, make
> one, reinstall Win 95 and follow the prior procedure. (*, but what the
Get this file:
use this program to write it to a floppy from DOS:
boot with that floppy. At the lilo boot: prompt type 'mount root=/dev/hda1' or
whatever device contains your linux system. Once in Linux run lilo. Voila. No
uninstall of winblows 95, just a little bit of hassle.
I think the above file (bare) is not in compressed format. If the disk does not
boot then get this file:
to uncompress 'bare' in DOS-- 'gzip -d bare'.
Javier-- Next time someone has a problem, try thinking before you recommend they
do a major uninstall of win95.
Brian "I suggest you make a boot disk of your own" Kimball
Give a man a fish, and he eats for a day; teach a man to
fish, and he eats for a lifetime.