Originally Posted by subaruwrx
Hi, lost touch with linux for 1 year.
Got a simple question here now.
Currently have a notebook with winxp installed. Gotta install redhat to dual boot without using lilo/grub, after that gotta erase redhat.
So I can just create new partition using partition magic then install redhat in the partition magic but don't install the bootloader instead? instead I create a floppy bootdisk? So everytime I need to boot redhat, I just insert the floppy?
That is totally fine. The only wrong thing I see is installing Redhat 9. It is very old and unsupported that is not even fun. Even when it was supported, it was not very good either, but hey, that's your choice ^^