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olkar 10-01-2005 05:54 PM

How to Boot Multi Windows & Multi Linux
 
I am presently booting Win 98, Win XP, Linux - Knoppix, Mepis & Xandros on one machine and the same with a second but with Fedora C4 in place of Knoppix. This is without problems using the windows Boot.ini file. All these OS/Distros are blissfully unaware of each other and there is no cross interference.

This took quite a while to achieve with the inevitable stuff up. However, once this was done and the dust settled it was quite easy. Actually there is no limit (within reason) to the number if Linux/Windows OS you can boot into.

I have detailed the procedure in a 2 page PDF file and included 2 free small programs (MBRWIZ & BOOTPART).

The link to the multi_system_boot.rar file is shown in my 4th post below.

Good luck
Olkar ;)

olkar 10-01-2005 06:13 PM

Multi Booting Instructions (see my previous post)
 
I have updated the procedure and this may be obtained via the link in my 4th post below.
April 2006

Olkar
:jawa:

olkar 10-01-2005 06:20 PM

Additional Information
 
I have updated the file as shown below.


Good luck!

Olkar
:jawa:

titanium_geek 10-01-2005 07:05 PM

you've got funky characters sprinkled through- is this because you used msword to type it up?

pretty unreadable. (cause of the characters)

titanium_geek

olkar 10-02-2005 05:52 PM

Hi titanium_geek
 
It was an extract from a PDF file which had extended ISO charecters embedded.

this has now been corrected. U can get the an updated file at:

http://members.dodo.com.au/~nmj/down...ystem_boot.rar


Good Luck
Olkar
:jawa:

MasterC 10-03-2005 11:52 AM

I've merged your 2 very related threads. Please in the future, add to your existing threads that are covering the same subject/topic.

Thanks!

Cool


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