I have a multi-boot system. It currently has two WinXP partitions and a Windows 2000 Adv Server. I used the latest Partition Magic to set this all up. Boot Magic has been removed.
So, I set up 2 partitions for Linux (OS and Swap) under ext3. I'm using Red Hat 9.0 pro. I have tried installing several different ways: I have tried formatting and not formatting; I have tried installing LILO (in the O/S partition) and not. These are both in an Logical partition on my PC.
Nothing ever seems to work. I've looked on the SyQuest site and their examples are useless. Has anyone ever done this? Can someone write me on how? I do need (want to) continue using BootMagic (which I'll install after all the O/Ss are installed right).
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