Multiple os installation involving Linux 7.0
I am totally new to linux, infact to computers also. I have just purchased a computer and a book (which comes with a free Red Hat linux 7.0 publisher's edition in 3 CD's). On my computer, there are already 3 different operating systems :- Windows 98, Windows-NT (SP4), Windows 2000 Ad. Server . Windows 98 has been installed in in c: drive. Windows-NT and Windows-2000 have been installed in their respective NTFS partitions. The book says that linux can be installed in three different ways : Wokstation, Server and Custom class . It also says that if the user installs Server, all the other operating systems and partitions will be lost. I want to install Linux Server, but i want to access my other operating systems also. Somebody, please help me.. If anybody knows the solution for this problem please send me the answer in a simple step-by-step method. Also i request you to send the solution at my e-mail as i don't know how to use this site. It has taken me 6 days to post my query. My e-mail address :firstname.lastname@example.org.
Last edited by mk1_1; 01-15-2002 at 01:05 PM.