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Re: Win98, Linux dual boot

If you are installing RedHat, the installation takes care of setting up the dual
boot as an integral part of the installation process and you dont need to worry
about it. The only thing you really need to worry about is that the linux boot
partition must be below cylinder 1024 on your hard drive, otherwise your
computer's BIOS wont be able to see it and so wont be able to boot linux.

ERiddle cottoninc com on 09/05/2000 14:52:53

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To:   redhat-install-list redhat com

Subject:  Win98, Linux dual boot

Where can I find "nice" (easily read and to the point) instructions to set
up a "clean" (easily managed, efficient and effective) dual boot system for
Linux and Windows 98?

Best regards
Eddie R. Riddle

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