this is probably a popular subject but after an hour of googling "I still haven't found what I'm looking for..." so here goes.
I just set up Suse 9.1. on a PC (which already had a brand new (and clean) installation of Windows XP, serv.p. 2)
The hard disk had not been fully partitioned so I let Suse complete the installation automatically.
When the computer starts, a menu comes up offering the user to choose between Linux, Windows XP and some safe mode
The problem is that the user want's (for some strange reason right?) to make Windows start up by default (instead of the current Linux)
This is what boot.ini looks like:
multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(1)\WINDOWS="Microsoft Windows XP Professional" /noexecute=optin /fastdetect
If I'm correct, all the user needs to add is another line, stating where to find the linuxboot - Since I'm not a computer expert (and neither is the user) and I have found misleading answers to my question via Google, I'm not sure what should be added or/and if something else needs to be done and I don't want to screw up anything so I would be most grateful if someone had the heart to look at this and tell me what to add to the boot.ini file