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    Quote Originally Posted by anand
    Guys you can try XOSL.
    Its stable, I use it since a year or two.
    i.e. Smart boot manager is the thing it uses in back end for booting a cdrom/floppy.
    XOSL has a great interface!

    I have major probe with my two linux systems not booting.
    I can only access windoze at the moment.
    Seems grub refuses to write to the MBR.

    I have a thing called GAG wich is a boot loader but can't find my Linux disks.
    XOSL seems to only run under dos and not win XP/2000.

    Is this right?


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    SuperMod (Back again) devils casper's Avatar
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    hi Bob !

    Welcome to the LinuxForums.
    which distro do you have? all Linux distros install their Boot Loader GRUB/Lilo and setup dual boot by default. i never used XOSL or GAG coz GRUB works perfectly.
    give us a bit more details. what is the problem and what you have tried already etc.

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