First off, lilo will just get overwritten by a windows installation (who
said kernel startup disk ?), but windows and lilo are perfect pairs
apart from that.
On 23 Apr 2001 08:53:46 +0100, Paul J Collins wrote:
> >>>>> "VC" == Vincent Cunniffe <vincent at cunniffe.net> writes:
>> VC> What I said was that if you put Linux in the MBR, you cannot
> VC> boot Windows, and that Windows installs into the MBR. Both of
> VC> these are correct to my knowledge...
>> LILO has no problems booting Windows.
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