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  1. #1
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    How Do You Read Boot.lnx File

    Does anyone know how to see the contents of the Boot.lnx file.
    It's the boot file you need to duel boot from Windows XP and it is created by the dd command but the hexedit doesn't show me the real data.

  2. #2

    Are you shure about the file name?

    If you are looking for the grub boot config file it is called grub.conf of menu.lst (at least on my system )


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  3. #3
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    Windsor, CO
    Why not just use GRUB? It can multi-boot most OSes, including Linux and Windows XP.
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