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installing redhat 5.1 and win 98

Posted on 1998-10-19
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i have a 98 setup at work how can i also dual boot to redhat
and also access the same servers and exchange at work
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will my nt4 servers allow me into the domain and could i or is there a mail app to talk to exchange?
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_HAL_ earned 100 total points
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First,

Install Windows'98 in a primary partition...

Then...

You must install LiNuX RedHat in a primary partition and install LILO in the Master Boot Record.
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by:showjob
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hal answer was excellent but being a novice will i still be
able to access the same applicaitons in the Domain with linux
as i would lets say nt 95 etc? any comments tnx showjob
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