Suse uses grub by default. You may have specified lilo on installation. If grub: /boot/grub/menu.lst in the Suse partition. If lilo, /boot/lilo.conf in the Suse partition would be the Suse bootloader config files.
Xandrox overwrote the MBR; not the Suse bootloader config. Suse is still there, just not bootable at present. You should be able to boot Suse using cd-1 of the installation set.
You can access Suse from Xandros. Look at the file /etc/fstab. Xandros probably lists two partions for hdb. The first would be Suse and the second Xandros. Fstab should also tell you the mount point in the directory tree: something like /mnt/hdb1.
Mount the partition: mount /dev/hdb1. Use your file manager to select /mnt/hdb1/boot/grub, and you will find menu.lst (requires root privilege to read). Copy the lines you need, and paste them into the Xandros bootloader config file.
If Xandros uses lilo, then the lines from grub will not work. They will have to be edited to suit lilo.
When done, if Xandros uses lilo, run /sbin/lilo to tell lilo about Suse. If Xandros uses grub, no need to run anything.
Last edited by bigrigdriver; 01-06-2006 at 02:00 AM.