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Old 01-07-2002, 06:20 PM   #1
HuUuB
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Unhappy BOOTMANAGER on two harddisks


hi folks,

i would to install LINUX on my second hard disk (8GB)
The first disk (40GB) is used 4 win2Kserver on a NTFS partition.
I tried to install Mandrake with the bootmanager on the MBR partition. But i couldn't boot on any of the both OS.

Is there something special to configure for booting two OS on two different hard disks??

thanks for your quick answers

HuUuB
 
Old 01-07-2002, 08:21 PM   #2
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multi-boot

usually, linux bootloaders (LILO or GRUB) work fine with windoze, but I have heard of problems with win2k variants. if you're really desparate, you can install the boot loader into you linux primary (instead of the MBR) then use a boot disk (made during the install) to get to linux , at least until you find a real fix.
 
  


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