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Old 02-20-2001, 03:29 AM   #1
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can somebody help me?

i have two scsi disks on my system. sda (scsi-id 2) contains the linux system, sdb (scsi-id 5)the windows 2000. how can i tell lilo (installed in the mbr of sda) to boot the windows 2000 on the second scsi disk (sdb)? if i tell lilo in the lilo.conf to boot from sdb1, nothing happens - the system just freeze. the line entries in lilo.conf are:
other=/dev/sdb1
label=w2k

(its possible to boot both systems by telling the scsi bios to boot from the specific disk, but this isn't a very elegant way ;-))

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