Personally I'd start afresh and do it like this:
Install Win 2k First on your 40 g drive on the Primary master channel creating 2 partitions:
1st partition - NTFS - for the main Win 2k install
2nd partition - FAT32 - to be used as a shared data partition -
(Both OS's can read/write to/from a FAT32 partition)
Install Red Hat Second on your 20 g drive on the Primary Slave channel.
If you do it like this, your primary slave drive will be known as
so install Red Hat on /dev/hdb
Let Red Hat partition the free space automatically on the second hard drive and install either LILO or GRUB to the MBR.
Incidentally - Linux sees IDE dirves like this:
/dev/hda - drive on primary master channel
/dev/hdb - primary slave
/dev/hdc - secondary master
/dev/hdd - secondary slave
Last edited by Skyline; 08-18-2003 at 08:05 AM.