Harry J Walsh wrote:
>> I'm considering buying a new disk today. Where is the cheapest place
> in cork to buy hardware.
Dnno, but the PC Superstore seem to have reasonable prices on some
goods, highly inflated on others. Ring around using the Golden Pages!
>> Now i've gone and messed it all up it's time to go ahead and sort the
> machine out properly ( long overdue ). I'm thinking of going dual
> boot between 2k professional and debian. This shouldn't be much of a
> problem. I can leave my mesed up 98 installation on /dev/hda1. Make
> a linux boot floppy. Slap 2k onto a partition on the new drive. Boot
> on the linux floppy, set up 2k in lilo... and I'm sorted..
>> can anyone see any problems doing it this way?
I'd do the following:
Leave 98 on the first disk, Put Win2k and Linux on the second and use
the Win2k boot loader to boot each. A quick search of google will tell
you how to do that. Just make sure Win2k boots first!
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