Setting up dual boot Linux/Win2K
At the moment I have Win2K as my primary OS, booting from the first partition on the first hdd.
I've installed Debian (woody) on the second hdd, but during the install I chose 'make a boot floppy' as I didn't know what would happen if I chose the default 'make system boot into Linux'. I didn't want to end up booting straight into Linux and not able to choose Win2K.
I've read on a few pages that it's possible to set up the NT boot loader NTLDR to boot linux by doing dd if=/dev/hdb1 of=bootsect.lnx bs=512 count=1, copying bootsect.lnx to c:\ and editing boot.ini.
As I created a boot floppy, will this method still work?
If not, how can I set up dual booting without having to use a floppy?