>* If I am running gnome, can I still run apps 'requiring KDE', perhaps by
>installing the QT tool kit?
>* Can KDE or GNOME run on top of Enlighten ment?
1. Dumb question but I couldn't find the answer in any FAQ
I have two drives on my IBM clone. THe first is divided into a dos partition
and another partition that is encrypted with SFS (Secure Filesystem). The
second drive has one partition and that is all linux. TO boot my machine for
linux I have to install the boot disk that comes with the TAMU release.
Then I have to hit the shift *while* 'LILO' appears on the screen. THen
I can choose harddisk root=/dev/hdb1. THen the whole thing boots and works.
I'd like to just turn the machine on and have some choice like one
supposedly has with OS2's boot manager. Is there something I can have that
will let me have a choice when I start up my machine or do I always have
to boot with a floppy? And if I do, is there a way to make a boot disk
that will do what I want automatically? No typing "harddisk root= ..."?
Sounds like a small task but I have to go through this every time I boot.
Alot of typing when there's probably some really simple solution that I'm
unaware of because I'm completely new to this. Reply e-mail please. THanks.
2. driver for the S300 Canon printer
3. Really Dumb Question (but please answer anyway)
4. xml shell
5. Really dumb question but quick to answer
7. dumb da dumb dumb newbie prob.
10. DOOM DOOM DOOM DUMB DUMB DUMB!
11. dumb cron question *lart as needed*
12. Posting question answers in comp.os.linux.answers (was Re: Readme and give your opinion!)
13. Netscape Question (I pay $1 for answers, $5 for correct answers.)