[ubuntu-za] Hey guys
amanic at gmail.com
Fri Feb 27 10:07:31 GMT 2009
2009/2/27 Daniel Auger <elastoplast07 at gmail.com>:
> Hi all
> I had some major drive problems so I reinstalled windows and I am now
> reinstalling Linux on the 2nd partition.
> Everything seems to be going perfectly according to a tut I found on the
> net. However I want to make sure the GRUB settings are correct.
> In the Ready to Install window, under "Migration Assistant" it recognizes
> Windows xp, however there is a small tab at the bottom saying "advanced"
> The install boot loader tab is checked, now in the device for boot loader
> installation menu, it gives me 3 options
> My actual 80 gig drive
> the windows partition
> the partition where linux is to be installed
> My question is, do i choose any of the above or do I leave it as (hdo), and
> install Linux?
as far as I know it will only work if you install it on hd0 (the
master bood record)
because that is what the bios will kick off.
if you install it on one of the partitions, it fill only be kicked of if you
are redirected there somehow (I think I've seen some grub options that
can do that)
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