You can boot from the Linux Distribution CD and get the system up in Rescue Mode.
chroot /mnt/sysimage to mount your linux partitions
mkbootdisk <kernel version>
With this, you will be boot your system from a boot floppy.
Alternatively, you can make the disk that linux is installed on as a master and install lilo/grub, again, after getting your system into rescue mode.
While trying this second option, you will need to make a change in your /etc/fstab to help it recognise the swap drive.
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Last edited by ppuru; 07-18-2003 at 12:58 AM.