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I have two drives - - One with Win98 the other with Linux Red Hat 6.x

I want to be able to boot from either one at any given time. How do i go about doing this.

I'm not sure how to configure it.

could someplease talk me through it.

thanks
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Have you installed anything yet?  RedHat comes with a boot selector called LILO.  
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Both Drives are independantly working. Yes windows is installed on one, and Linux on the other. Both ready to be plugged in a booted up
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What I recommend, is that you download loadlin, is free and easy to use, and does not require you to write to the boot sec. You can download it from redhat.com or suse.com. If you really want to use a boot loader, you can use lilo. Redhat will offer to set it up.
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