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I have RHv6 2.2 kernal and I want the w2k boot loader to boot linux how do I add the correct line in the boot.ini file?
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scoopex earned 150 total points
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Hi !

This is well explained on that site:

http://www.linuxgazette.com/issue61/padala.html

This manual ist WINNT- but it works also well on Win2k :-))

Regards

Marc Schoechlin
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