Re: can I dual boot Mandrake and Redhat ?
Date: Wed, 30 Jul 2003 09:22:17 +0930
"Ozgeek" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> I would like to dual boot Mandrake and Redhat on the same drive. I have
> Windows XP on my primary drive and would install Mandrake and Redhat on my
> secondary drive. How do I ensure that all systems would be bootable?
> make your replies reasonably simple and specific. I'm still learning.
As I explained, I use my second hard drive for my Linux installation(s) . I
have previously partitioned my secondary drive into 3 partition, including a
swap file. Both Linux operating systems installed but I couldn't boot the
Mandrake, which I installed second. I think the boot floppy is probably the
answer to my problems until I get to know the Linux system better.
Thank-you all for you input :>)
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