Redhat couldn't understand 2nd hardisk
To install Linux on a second usb-base hard-disk while keeping
the primary hard-disk intacted for XP.
I failed to make Redhat Fedora to detect a second hard-disk
installed on a laptop using USB connection. When I checked
on XP, the usb-based hard-disk is found on drive E:
I made some research and found out that Linux is not very
flexible comes to the usb based devices.
The BIOS configuration doesn't help me to specify which
hard-disk i like to install Linux on, the BIOS always defaulted
to C: drive
How can i resolve this issue? Thank.
There are few ideas i've come out with but not sure how to do
1) How can I make the dafault boot drive to E instead of C
to trick the BIOS to use this drive E as C?