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Old 12-18-02, 10:37 AM   #2
Mandarb1
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Im not sure what you can use for Linux to partition your drive.... but from my own experiences with dual booting SuSE and Win2k, its very highly recommended that you put on Win2k first. If you put on Redhat, then Win2k, Win2k will completely blow away anything that was in your MBR and you will be unable to use Redhat. So what I would do, is FDISK the hard drive, format it (FAT32), then install Win2k, then Redhat. There have been problems with other users and having dual booting. This was when they were using ntloader and LILO. I didnt have too much of a hassle with ntloader and GRUB.
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