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how do i start linux on d:drive from the boot.ini on c:\drive, i am on win nt 4.0, my c:\ is ntfs and my d: where my minilinux is  is fat, what command line do i put in the boot.ini??
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by:borisr
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  It must be
path d:\your_minilinux_dir\the_file_you_want_to_run(probably loadlin.bat)
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by:borisr
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actually path must be on the same line with everything else:
path d:\minilin_dir\file_name(loadlin.bat)
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by:duncla
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that was the first thing that i tried
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os2warp earned 50 total points
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use a zimage on a diskette or a bootdisk
with msdos executing loadlin through autoexec.
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