Re: Deal with NTFS when installing Linux
- Probably the best thing to do would be to copy the linux boot sector
from your linux partition to a FAT filesystem, then copy it to your
win2k/nt/xp NTFS partition, create an entry in you WinNT boot manager
and boot from that.
If you could tell me what the partioning on you disk is now, I could
write out a procedure for you
--- In linux-dell-laptops@y..., "madeline_li" <madeline_li@y...>
> I'm a kind new to Linux, but I was able to set dual-boot on my
> desktop(win2k&Linux) with FAT32. Now I am stucked with the NTFS on
> my new Dell Inspiron laptop, does anyone here know a quick dirty way
> to repartition my HD so I can set dual-boot with XP?