> Proinnsias said:
> > On the secondary disk, set lilo to do drive mappings
> > .. (man lilo.conf should help here) .. it means you
> > can fool '9x into thinking that a secondary disk is
> > the primary and vice versa ...
>> Happy days! BIOS level redirection or somesuch?
> I'm getting a new hdd soon. This could be handy
>as I said man lilo.conf (man lilo might also have it)
you're looking for the map directive ... it's in the old W3.11 / 95 / Linux
> > Install '9x, and allow it to write the MBR (no choice really
> > !) and you're away !!
>> Yeah but this is the MBR on the secondary disk. So when the
> current one is put in again it don't matter
>Not a problem then, the MBR on the secondary disk isn't important (unless
you're booting something else from it ...)
I've been saved by that a few times ...
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