According to here
, lilo is just letting you know that it's not being installed on the first drive. lilo expects to be on the first drive so that it can boot linux. In this case, you don't want it on the first drive. So, just ignore the error.
The second one needs to be taken care of. It says to use lba32
instead of linear
in the /etc/lilo.conf file. So, edit lilo.conf and replace linear
. Then run /sbin/lilo
and see if you get any errors except for the warning about not being on the first drive.
If you only get the warning about not being on the first drive, then repeat the steps to install linux in the boot menu of w2k.
Is the fat32 partition on your linux drive for data or does it have the msdos operating system on it? If it's just for data, then you don't need these three lines at the end of the lilo.conf file.