Originally Posted by SlackDaemon
You can also leave out installing GRUB on the second drive altogether and just edit the exisiting grub.conf file. Add another stanza to the list that points to the kernel and initrd image on the second drive:
title Fedora Core
kernel /boot/vmlinuz-2.6.9-5 ro root=/dev/hdb1 rhgb quiet
Best of luck!
Thanks for your solution - I've now installed Fedora Core on the recently added harddisk but I think I need to mount the disk before being able to add the code you proposed to the boot file.
I don't know how to do this though... (you can see why I posted this in
I'm assuming that I'll need to know the name of the .img file before changing the boot file?
How do I do that?
Thanks in advance!
thanks to pljvaldez too!