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<Surname>
Drake</Surname>
</AUTHOR>
<PubDate>
5 Jul 2000</PubDate>
<PubDate>v5.0, 1 Aug 2000</PubDate>
<COPYRIGHT>
<YEAR>
2000</YEAR>

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Linux+WindowsNT mini-HOWTO</CiteTitle>
</Para><Para>
<CiteTitle>
Updated: July 2000</CiteTitle>.
Updated: August 2000</CiteTitle>.
Covers some ways on how to install both Linux and Windows NT
on the same computer and how to boot either of them from
within LILO menu. </Para>

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<title>Linux+WindowsNT mini-HOWTO
<author>Miroslav Skoric, <tt/m.skoric@eunet.yu/
<date>v2.0, 28 July 2000
<date>v2.1, 01 August 2000
<abstract>
<nidx>windows nt</nidx>
This mini-HOWTO covers some ways on how to install both Linux and Windows
@ -14,7 +14,7 @@ There is also another mini-HOWTO "Linux+NT-Loader" that covers how to boot
either of them from within NT Loader menu.
</abstract>
<sect>Introduction
<sect>INTRODUCTION
<p>
Bill Wohler wrote in v1.1 of The Linux+WindowsNT mini-HOWTO:
@ -48,11 +48,13 @@ in order to get some free space for your further Linux' partitions.
might now be able to install NT first and then Linux."</em>
Of course you all are able to install Windows NT first and after that
Linux. We'll see how to do that and how to use <bf/LILO/ <bf/Li/nux
<bf/Lo/ader to choose which operating system to boot. But, before that
Linux. We'll see how to do that and how to use <bf/LILO/ (<bf/Li/nux
<bf/Lo/ader) to choose which operating system to boot. But, before that
we'll see the procedure that the previous maintainer of this mini-HOWTO
has been using:
<sect>INSTALLATION
<sect1>Linux first, NT after
<p>
@ -80,7 +82,9 @@ has been using:
5. Add NT stanza to /etc/lilo.conf, e.g.:
other=/dev/sda1
label=NT
table=/dev/sda
and run lilo. If lilo complains about this (I forget the message),
@ -104,13 +108,17 @@ has been using:
<p>
/dev/sda1 1 1 322 329301 6 DOS 16-bit >=32M
Partition 1 does not end on cylinder boundary:
phys=(321, 39, 9) should be (321, 63, 32)
Cfdisk reports strangeness, but it seems OK:
Unusable 0.04*
/dev/sda1 Primary DOS 16-bit >=32Mb 321.59*
Unusable 0.39*
<p>
If you do get the cylinder boundary warning on your Linux
@ -125,6 +133,7 @@ Partition 1 does not end on cylinder boundary:
<p>
dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/sda bs=512 count=1
dd if=/dev/fd0 of=/dev/sda bs=510 count=1
<p>
@ -173,7 +182,7 @@ Partition 1 does not end on cylinder boundary:
<sect1>NT first, Linux after
<p>
<sect2>If you have one IDE hard disk
<sect2>2.2.1 If you have <em>only one</em> IDE hard disk
<p>
<itemize>
@ -191,6 +200,7 @@ Partition 1 does not end on cylinder boundary:
of FDISK. At the prompt a:\ just enter the command: fdisk /mbr
and restart the computer again (without that floppy).
<p>
<item>After you have successfully installed your NT, you will see that
it uses the whole hard disk or a specific partition of the hard
disk (depending on what you decided during the setup process).
@ -219,6 +229,7 @@ Partition 1 does not end on cylinder boundary:
NT in order to check the new situation: you may use Windows
Explorer or Disk Administrator for that.
<p>
<item>So far so good. Next step is to install your Linux. Case you
are familiar with RedHat distribution (I hope with other distros
is the same or similar), you start by putting your installation
@ -234,6 +245,7 @@ Partition 1 does not end on cylinder boundary:
Linux as Custom over the existing linux partitions). Lilo should
go to the MBR.
<p>
<item>After it looks that Linux installation is finished, you are going
to re-start the computer and there you will only see Lilo
with one Linux entry to boot (or maybe more than one Linux
@ -249,12 +261,14 @@ Partition 1 does not end on cylinder boundary:
and, after the next re-boot, you will have both 'linux' and 'nt'
entries under Lilo menu. My added NT entry is:
<p>
other=/dev/hda1
label=nt
</itemize>
<sect2>If you have more than one (SCSI) hard disk
<sect2>2.2.2 If you have <em>more than one</em> (SCSI) hard disk
<p>
<em>Notice: Folks, you see, at my place, one of computers has several
@ -286,6 +300,7 @@ process shouldn't change too much, if any.
Windows NT Setup <bf/in case you have *not* made any backup on
other disks/.
<p>
<item>After you have successfully installed your NT, you will see that
it uses the whole hard disk or a specific partition of the hard
disk (depending on what you decided during the setup process).
@ -325,6 +340,7 @@ process shouldn't change too much, if any.
NT 'sees' all other disks you have in your machine (either
partitioned or as 'free space' areas).
<p>
<item>So far so good. Next step is to install your Linux. Case you
are familiar with RedHat distribution (I hope with other distros
is the same or similar), you start by putting your installation
@ -340,6 +356,7 @@ process shouldn't change too much, if any.
Linux as Custom over the existing linux partitions). Lilo should
go to the MBR of your <bf/first/ disk.
<p>
<item>After it looks that Linux installation is finished, you are going
to re-start the computer and there you will only see Lilo
with one Linux entry to boot (or maybe more than one Linux
@ -355,7 +372,9 @@ process shouldn't change too much, if any.
and, after the next re-boot, you will have both 'linux' and 'nt'
entries under Lilo menu. My added NT entry is:
<p>
other=/dev/sda1
label=nt
</itemize>
@ -394,7 +413,7 @@ Include a copyright notice and at least a pointer to the license used.
Give due credit to previous authors and major contributors.
</itemize>
<P>
<p>
If you're considering making a derived work other than a translation,
it's requested that you discuss your plans with the current maintainer.
@ -419,9 +438,8 @@ major installation and backups at regular intervals.
<sect1>News
<p>
<nidx>(your index root)!news on</nidx> <!-- Note to LDP: I still don't understand fot is the purpose of this indexing, so I'll let you to index whatever you think it is suitable, both here and on the other parts of text. Misko -->
<p>
This is the second release featuring more samples and an improved structure.
Beside that, this version of Linux+WinNT mini-HOWTO is going to offer you
another procedure to install both Linux and NT on your computer. And doing
@ -447,7 +465,7 @@ v1.1, 19 February 1997
Any comments or suggestions can be mailed to my email address:
<htmlurl url="mailto:m.skoric@eunet.yu/"
<htmlurl url="mailto:m.skoric@eunet.yu"
name="m.skoric@eunet.yu">.
<sect>Further Information
@ -470,7 +488,8 @@ These are the smaller free text relatives to the HOWTOs.
Some relevant mini-HOWTOs are
<tt/Backup-With-MSDOS/, <tt/Diskless/, <tt/LILO/, <tt/Large Disk/,
<tt/Linux+DOS+Win95+OS2/, <tt/Linux+OS2+DOS/, <tt/Linux+Win95/,
<tt/Linux+WinNT/,<tt/NFS-Root/, <tt/Win95+Win+Linux/, <tt/ZIP Drive/ .
<tt/Linux+WinNT/, <tt/Linux+NT-Loader/, <tt/NFS-Root/, <tt/Win95+Win+Linux/,
<tt/ZIP Drive/ .
You can find these at the same place as the HOWTOs, usually in a sub directory
called <tt/mini/. Note that these are scheduled to be converted into SGML and
become proper HOWTOs in the near future.