booting mandrake with red hat
I am facing a problem
initially,i had redhat and windows on my dual-boot machine.
after that ,i installed mandrake in a NEW partition,and NOW ,before booting,the mandrake graphical loader displays only the following options -
So, i can't access red-hat os anymore now although its still present (unmodified ) on the disk.
Could somebody tell me as to how to include "Red-hat Linux " in the boot -menu(alongwith ,of course,mandrake and windows)?
IS IT POSSIBLE TO HAVE 2 LINUX OS TOGETHER??
Re: booting mandrake with red hat
Yes, I've had as many as 6 running on the same harddrive before. It involves configuring your bootloader to recognize each individual Linux installation. However, since I've never had any luck with Mandrake I can't really help you with this problem. I just thought I'd answer your question anyway. :?
Originally Posted by aru_04