Curious... I always do it the other way round and use lilo to boot
Here's what I do;
Create windoze type partitions
create boot floppy
install windoze varient
boot linux off floppy
restore lilo to mbr
Is this so wrong? ;-)
Donncha O Caoimh (donncha.ocaoimh at tradesignals.com):
> Yup, that'd be right. There's info available somewhere on adding Linux
> to your NT bootloader. It's possible to put lilo on the partition Linux
> is on, and you can tell NT to look there .. No need to upset NT by
> putting Lilo on the MBR!
>> Oh.. try http://www.google.com/ as ever for the above info.
>>> Peter Flynn wrote:
> > For a dual boot machine NT + Linux does the same rule apply as
> > for dual boot 95/98 + Linux: install Win first, then linux?
> > I'm not very well up in NT...
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