lfs-support Digest, Vol 885, Issue 1
varaahan at gmail.com
Wed Feb 1 05:51:17 PST 2006
> The next task at hand is to figure out how to
> > tweak the windows boot.ini file to default boot my LFS system. After
> > that I can modify any and all linux configuration files to suit my
> > tastes. Once I've accomplished that, it's on to the BLFS book. :-D
I am playing with a lot of linux distros, and to avoid booting
problems I use the following method:
Install the bootloader XOSL (www.xosl.org) on the MBR.
While intsalling any linux distro, see to it that the GRUB/LILO
bootloader is installed under the root partition and NOT on the
default MBR. Upon rebooting the machine you can select any OS from
XOSL bootloader menu.
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