This is covered fairly well at www.linuxdoc.org, or www.linuxhelp.org... but
the short version is:
Install Win2K first. Create partitions for Windows, and install it there.
Don't use the Win2K's installer to create the Linux partitions...
After installing Win2K, do a custom install (I use RedHat) of Linux to avoid
the Linux installer from formatting all your partitions, install LILO in the
MBR, and choose to add the Win2K boot partition as another OS (i labeled it
"dos"). Create all your partitions and finish the install. It should boot
to the LILO: prompt. To run Win2K type "dos" and hit enter. To run Linux,
type "linux" and press enter.
If you'd like to see my lilo.conf file to see how this works, reply via
email, and I'll send it to you.
> If I want to set up a new PC with Dual boot
> for Linux, and Windows 2000 Server, how do
> I do this?
> Are there any articles available explaining
> details of installation process? Has anyone
> done this, and had problems you had to work
> out? What are the open issues, and available
> work arounds to fix these problems?