Is it possible to triple boot using GRUB?
Currently i have RH9, winXP, and win2K in my box. I want to boot all three of 'em directly from GRUB, so i don't have to go to the ntldr first if i want to boot windows.
FYI, i have 20gigs HD comprised of:
- WinXP; ntfs, 10 gigs /dev/hda1
- backup; fat32, 3 gigs /dev/hda5
- Win2k; ntfs, 4 gigs /dev/hda6
- swap; ext3, 128MB /dev/hda7
- RH9; ext3, 4 gigs /dev/hda8
GRUB 0.93 was installed on MBR.
Now i still can boot three of 'em but if i want to go to windows i have to pass two bootloader (GRUB n ntldr) and it's quite tedious to do so. I've searched any info on the internet, but can't find a clue on it; got several site, but they either use the ntldr as the bootloader (i prefer grub to be the bootloader) or having win98SE partition instead of winXP. help!
thx a lot!