I have 3 questions:
1. Win2000 won't boot.
2. Only one program can play sound, if xmms is playing, mplayer will freeze until I stop playing, other programs like wine give /dev/dsp w/ 1(Device or resource busy).
3. Many kernels.
Boot: First i had windowsXP, since I didn't like that I installed win2000. I
was unable to boot XP after but that didn't bother me. After a while I
wanted to try redhat9. During the install grub asked med to include the
other os, and i said yes. But if when i boot it from the menu i just get i a black screen with nothing useful, and it stops.
part of /etc/grub.conf
I know the ext2 system is on /dev/hda5 and win2k /dev/hda7
If I ever get in win, is it safe to resize my linuxpartiton using partiton magic?
Sound: I have a integrated sounddevice on my abit ic7 board (Intel Corp.|82801EB AC'97 Audio), I didn't find any drivers so i finally got the sound working with the ALSA drivers, i have also played around in KDE control center, but nothing seems to change.
kernel: After some experimenting with making my own kernels i have 2.4.18-14, 2.4.20-20.9(currently using) and 2.4.20-20.9smp. Does this take a lot of space? because i have only 5 GB (until i can resize my winpartition). How do i remove them if that would be necessary?