You can get the Win2k loader to load LILO off the first sector of the
partition Linux is installed on. The Win2k loader is on the MBR of the
second disk (make it the first disk so the BIOS boots from it..)
I posted a mail here a while back on some of this. (check the archive,
say around June or before)
Harry J Walsh wrote:
>> >>>>> "Donncha" == Donncha O Caoimh <Donncha> writes:
>> Donncha> I'd do the following: Leave 98 on the first disk, Put
> Donncha> Win2k and Linux on the second and use the Win2k boot
> Donncha> loader to boot each. A quick search of google will tell
> Donncha> you how to do that. Just make sure Win2k boots first!
>> I presume I can get the win2k loader to load lilo off the mbr of the
> second disk? I kind of like to have grub or lilo at boot for passing
> extra append info or booting to single user mode etc.
>> Right, I'll do that then, cheers Donncha!
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