Do not want lilo in my MBR, want to use System Commander to boot
I have a dual boot box, W98 and Linux V7.1
I do not want lilo in my MBR. Instead, I want the System Commander boot loader there, so I can boot either windows or linux or System Commander. I cannot, at this time add a linux selection to my System Commander Boot Selection Menu that works. I keep getting messages telling me that I have an invalid MBR.
Here is my lilo.conf:
I think that, in order to be able to boot linux from my System Commander Boot Selection Menu, that I have to change something in lilo.conf to cause lilo to go into my "root superblock:, however, I am not sure what the "root superblock" is. Also, I have recompiled my Kernel and am calling my new kernel "mykernel" as opposed to the old one, "vmlinuz".
Here is my HD setup:[list=1][*]hde1 is Windows[*]hde2 was created automatically at the very start of my HD, and is where the lilo bootstuff is. [*]hde3 is another windows partion[*]hde5 is linux regular stuff (programs and data)[*]hdf1 is linux swap (don't ask me why, linux put the swap partition on hdf to my amazement).[/list=1]
So as not to make too much work for anyone who wants to help me with this, I understand that, in order to boot into "mykernel", I have to change the "default" entry, and add another stanza reflecting the stuff related to "mykernel".
So, my questions are:[list=1][*]What do I change in my lilo.conf to make lilo install to my "root superblock:"?[*]Do I have to toggle anything to get System Commander to start linux?[/list=1]