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Posted on 2004-09-19
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Hello Experts...

I have a fairly easy question for ya. I have 2 hdd in my comp and I want to set it up so that I have one windows drive and one Suse 9.1 drive. I figured that I have to get a boot loader setup on the Linux drive since I will be booting from that drive. That is the problem.  How do I set that up....is there a way to set that up while installing Suse 9.1 or so I have to do it after? I set my other system up the same way but had a friend set up GRUB (that was with windows and GenToo) so I am not too sure how to set it up.  If anyone can let me know how to set it up with Suse I would be very happy.

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Zac
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Hi

one option can be this:
http://gag.sourceforge.net/
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hm I had a hard time getting Suse to load from the dvd....but I thank you for your answer :)

Zac
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