I've got 2 drives; windows is on one, and I want redhat 7.3 on the other.
The windows drive is my primary master, and the other one is secondary
I would like to always boot to windows, no questions asked, unless one of
the following is done: (a) I booted up with the linux boot disk, or (b) I
changed the boot order in the BIOS before boot.
I've installed linux twice on the 2nd drive, the first time with GRUB (on
the 2nd drive) and the second time without. Both times I created a boot
disk. In neither case could I successfully boot. The boot disk just crapped
out on me, and when booting from the linux drive, the word "GRUB" just sits
on the screen and nothing hsppens, and the computer accepts no input from
Can anyone give me any suggestions on how to get a running linux on my 2nd
thanks a bunch,