You will have to install the boot parameters on the firs disk with LILO or
Grub. Then you can install the second rest on the second.
But there is a better way.
There is a Hard drive selector now called Trios. It is about $75 but will
allow you to boot to any 1 of 3 Hard drives that you install.
I have been using it now for 6 months.
It takes all the hassels out of multi OS'es on 1 machine.
I hope this helps. Michael.
On Saturday 02 June 2001 10:58, you wrote:
> Hello, I just installed RH 7.1 on a second drive on my machine and it
> doesn't boot. Can Linux be installed on a second drive? It is also
> above the 1024 limit.. will this have any bearing on the installation?
> I'm running the following
> 466Mhz Celery
> 1: 15Gig (Win2k, Win98)
> 2: 20Gig (Linux, general partition Fat32)
> 96MB Mem.
> Geforce 2MX
> Jason Pratt
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