33971Re: [linux] GRUB + Win2K Pro
- May 1, 2002-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-----
On May 1 2002 23:03 +0100, Nicholas jeffery wrote:
> In otherwards you should say mounting the win2k partition( that's if it's
> not already mounted.
> $ mount -f vfat default 1 2
> If you figure out a way to switch OS, or switch from a linux kernel( that
> communicates with your hardware ) to a win2k kernel without rebooting the
> box don't hesitate to tell networkAdmins of you newly founded trick. 'cause
> personally i know that Admins hate to reboot!
> They love uptime.
If so, why are they using Windows at all? By the way, there is
products like Bochs and VMware that allows you to run multiple OSes
But I think the original question was about how to get GRUB to boot a
number of different operating systems. If so, it doesn't really matter
what partitions you mount in your Linux system. (Except for sharing
data, obviously, but that's a different story.)
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