On Wed, 3 Mar 1999 00:55:01 -0500
lee <lnx(a)alltel.net> wrote:
Before I do research on how to do this, it is possible
to do this right, on a
2 drive box, with SUSE 8.0 on 1 drive, Debian and 98se splitting the other?
I'm already dual booting fwiw..
Thank you for your time.
Yeah. it can be done. Your most foolproof method is to make
a small /dev/hda1 (50 megs) to hold your kernels and mount /boot there, then
and mark /dev/hda2 active, and install 98se there.
Have you installed yet, if not it pays to plan ahead on partitions.
It usually makes it easier to partition first with a linux bootdisk,
then install 98se onto the active c drive. Then go ahead and install
linux, and lilo should setup easy.
Making a /dev/hda1 for /boot is not always needed with modern bioses,
but it is absolutely foolproof, that's why I recommend doing it.
I'm not really a human, but I play one on earth.