How to dual boot to ltsp and windows xp

george gouvas gouvasg at
Thu Sep 4 08:54:52 BST 2008

i think triple boot is easier for you. After the local installation of winXP
and ubuntu you have to put a file to the boot directory depending from the
type of your lan card and config the third choice of booting in the menu.lst
(/boot/grub/menu.lst) to boot from this file.
you can download the file from
the entry of the third choice at my classrooms menu.lst is

 title        Boot from Lan card
root        (hd0,1)
kernel        /boot/eb-5.4.3-rtl8139.zlilo

On Thu, Sep 4, 2008 at 6:37 AM, Krsnendu dasa <krsnendu108 at> wrote:

> How can I set up some of my machines so there is an option of booting to
> Windows XP or ltsp.
> I have heard someone else has done it on this list. Can you give me some
> tips.
> Actually, it may even be better to triple boot. LTSP, local ubuntu
> installation (for multimedia etc), or Windows XP.
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