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Where can I find this program?
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by:kishk91
ID: 2623577
LILO comes with linux...
it the bootloader... it handled mutli os booting...
(choosing between linux and other os or more..)

i dont know if you can dl as standalone but try
www.redhat.com

Regards
kishk91
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by:hewittg
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If that does not work, try this latest version

http://judi.greens.org/lilo/
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by:jay00
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I'm sorry everyone, I got the name mixed up I think.  I actually want the linux partition manager, I thought that it's called LILO. Now that LILO is a multi bootloader. Sorry again!!
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heller earned 100 total points
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There are a couple of linux partition managers.  fdisk (which is similar to MS-DOS's fdisk in some ways) and Disk Durid.  There is also fips which comes with several versions of linux (fips is normally used to shrink a windows partition to make room for linux partitions.

Generally, all of this comes with a typical Linux distribution.

If you have Linux already, you probably already have these tools.  If you don't have Linux, these tools won't be much good, by themselves.

If you want to update your version of these programs on your Linux system, you should probably first check where you got your Linux distribution and look in the update or contrib directories or look in the /usr/doc directory for the utility in question -- the original source of the program is usually listed there someplace.
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