Re: Two versions of Linux and Windows.
Date: Tue, 02 Sep 2003 15:32:14 -0500
Doug Laidlaw wrote:
> I have Mandrake 9.0 and Windows 98 on /dev/hda, and Knoppix on /dev/hdb.
> This seems to confuse the FAT, so that I can boot into Windows and Mandrake,
> but not Knoppix without several errors. Would I be better off to have all
> the boot partitions on one drive, and move say the /home partitions to
> /dev/hdb? Are there any disadvantages in doing it this way?
What does "confuse the FAT" mean? You can have 2 linux and 1 windows on
the same drive. Why don't you post what problems you see and what errors
are occurring and fix them one by one? What errors are you seeing in
Knoppix? What bootloaders are you using? Provide more info and people
can help better.
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