Installing Debian and Red Hat together (Grub question)
I have RH 8 installed on my old PC on /dev/hda. I have another drive on /dev/hdd that I would like to install Debian 3.0 on. I am using GRUB currently which is installed on the MBR of /dev/hda.
My question is, should I bother even using LILO on the Debian root partition's first sector (so I can use the chainloader option of GRUB to boot Debian up), so it is more advisable to just move the Debian kernel in the /boot directory (for Red Hat) and just boot it from there? The other option I guess is to just point the grub.conf to where the Debian kernel is located in its own partition (on hdd), right?
Or is there a better way?