I have done set up a machine to use only the grub
even with W2k, XP and Server 2000 installed. It does take a bit of fiddling around so take it or leave it.
The problem is that Windows wants to be on the " C: " partition which is usually the first primary drive. It always dumps some important files onto that partition and needs to have access to them.
The solution is to trick Windows into thinking there are no other drives at install time.
Here's how I did that.
1. Installed W2k onto the " C " partition and used Norton Ghost to back up an image to another location.
2. Start the XP install.
3. In the windows partition setup section, create a new partition for the new install. On my machine that is the " F " partition because of two cdrom drives.
4. After you create the new partition, delete the " C " partition
5. Install XP onto the new partition.
6. After that install is completed, restore W2K from the Ghost image.
7. Edit the grub.config to include any Windows systems.