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Dual Boot Win2K and Linux - FrostyTech.com Dual Boot Win2K and Linux
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"If you choose to install LILO while installing Linux, make ABSOLUTELY sure you install it to the partition that Linux is installed on. Example: You have Windows2000 Pro installed on the primary drive of the primary controller and are installing Linux on a second partition on the same drive. Linux will set partition one of the drive as hda1. Linux assigns hda to the primary drive of the primary IDE controller, hdb to the secondary drive so forth and so on. If you have an ATA66 controller as well as an ATA33 (aka slow ass) controller on your system Linux will likely call the ATA66 drive hde since hda, hdb, hdc and hdd are reserved for the primary/secondary ATA33 controllers and their repsective drives. If SCSI is your thing, Linux uses sd? as the SCSI drive designator with a letter just like the IDE drives. The numbers that follow the drive designators represent the different partitions on the given drive ..."
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