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Adding Win98 to my LILO

Posted on 1998-11-16
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Hi
My /etc/lilo.conf looks like this:
boot=/dev/hda
map=/boot/mp
install-/boot/boot.b
prompt
timeout=100
imae=/boot/vmlinuz-2.0.34-1
      label=linux
      root=/dev/hda5
      read-only

Now, I want LILO to offer me the choice of Win98 ( in /dev/hda1) and boot Linux by default. How does my linux.conf need to be amndeded?

Many thanks

Maurice
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mine looks like this:
# DOS bootable partition config begins
other = /dev/hda1
  label = DOS
  table = /dev/hda
# DOS bootable partition config ends
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