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SubjectRe: Linux and NT Workstation 4.0
On Tue, 23 Feb 1999, Jeff 9360431 wrote:

> Hello
>
> I have a question about LILO. I'm aware that this list is for
> kernel-related discussion, but LILO does load the kernel after all.
>
> I plan to install Red Hat Linux 5.1 (with kernel 2.1.105 or later) on my
> system. I am currently running NT Workstation 4.0 with OS loader 4.01.
> My HD is partitioned into a FAT16 partition and a NTFS partition.
>
> What I need to know is if LILo will boot the NT kernel the same way it
> boots the Linux and Windows 95 kernels. Otherwise, my system will get a
> major screwing-over. Has anyone else tried this and been successful? Or
> is NT's boot code too stubborn for LILO to load?
>
All m$ products can be considered as extensions to d0s; as such loading
them never differs from loading d0s; 'nuff said?


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