edit Red Hat 9 Grub to boot Windows
I've installed a Red Hat 9 distro on the same hard-drive as Windows-the Windows OS grabbing onto a primary partition, and Linux tucked away in the Logical cacoon in an Ext/2 partition, all created by PartitionMagic. I installed BootMagic, because I was invited to by the august tomes of PowerQuest, and because I didn't know any better. Red Hat, of course, thought better of its' own offering (Grub), and brought that to the table. Now, I can't get either one to talk nice to the other. BootMagic will boot Windows, and Grub will boot RedHat. I am the intermediary, juggling two boot-up floppies as appropriate. What I would really like to do is improve the code embedded in Grub, (labeled DOS) that at least intends to kick Windows off to a good start. (Once I'm able to realize this dream, I'll then give BootMagic the boot.) To that end, I've retrieved what I hope is appropriate code from the Linux Doc. Project. Can even go into edit in the Grub environ and add the code. What I CAN'T do is get Grub to swallow it! I've gotten as far as the command line screen, wherein I should let Grub know that I've tossed up some code that I would like saved, but I don't have a clue how to do that. What code lines do I need to leave at Grub's doorstep so's it'll inhale and retain the Windows boot-up stuff?