dual booting fedora core 2 and mandrake: can't boot mandrake any more
I've read about the bug in Fedora Core 2 and the 2.6 kernel that messes up the drive geometry that makes WinXP unbootable. I don't know if this is the same thing I am encountering.
I originally had Mandrake 10 installed all by itself on my 40g box, I wanted to dual boot with another distro just to see what the difference was, also didn't want to make a habit of the first thing I tried. I'm new to Linux and I want to learn as much as I can as my experience thus far has been great.
So I resized the partition to give Fedora Core 2 about 10g, installed it and everything went fine. I also installed GRUB and added an entry for Mandrake pointing to the partition it is installed on.
But now when I try to boot from GRUB into Mandrake I recieve this error:
Error 13: Invalid or unupported executable format.
Press any key to continue...
What happened? I'm assuming that all my data and my Mandrake install is all there, I just need to find a way to boot into it. Is this at all related to the bug I mentioned at the beginning of the post? And finally... How do I fix it?
Thanks in advance.