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What can I do during installation to use NTLOADER to boot my linux. Should I select "don' t install bootlader" or install it at the beginning of root partition or ...
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    How will I use NTLOADER as bootloader...


    What can I do during installation to use NTLOADER to boot my linux. Should I select "don' t install bootlader" or install it at the beginning of root partition or do I have to create a boot partition.? And after that what should I do? ...Please help about that.

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    Yeh just dont install a bootloader.

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    And then...

    Ok and then what should I do. What are the commands and process. Would you please tell me details...

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    I'm guessing this is an assignment for some CS class you're taking, because I don't see why anyone would want to use NTLoader to boot Linux. Normally you should figure this out on your own, but I'll give you some guidance. Search Google for ntloader linux. Hell, I'll even give you the link to a page that answers your question: http://www.windowsitpro.com/Article/...683/15683.html

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