You didn't install 'lilo'. You need it.Quote:>I installed OS/2 boot manager and it boots DOS Windows 3.11
>and Windows 95 (two different partitions), but fails to boot
>Linux. This is what I did:
>1. I partitioned disk using OS/2 3.0 fdisk and added the
> Linux root partition to boot manager (so it becomes bootable);
>2. I used the Slackware fdisk to change the id code to Linux
> native, i.e. 83 and 82 for swap;
>3. Then I installed Linux and configured;
>4. Linux boots from floppy, but not from OS/2 boot manager.
Start a new header.
When asked the time delay, set it to 0.
When asked where to install, select the superblock of
your linux partition.
Add a linux partition.
Note that installing lilo in this way will not interfere with boot
manager, and will not alter the MBR (main boot record). All it does
is make the linux partition bootable by installing suitable code in
the boot sector. (It is approximately the equivalent of the dos SYS