[clug] Any 'triple boot' experts on list? (Vista, XP, Linux)
darkstarsword at gmail.com
Thu Jul 10 03:28:12 GMT 2008
I was under the impression you could do it the same way that it has
always been done despite their new code - GRUB in the MBR and BOOTMGR
at the start of vista partitions (I can see it there on mine with
hexedit), NTLDR at the start of XP partitions (or maybe BOOTLDR - I
don't have an XP partition handy to look at), and grub's menu entry
should look something like this to chainload Vista's bootloader:
# This entry automatically added by the Debian installer for a non-linux OS
# on /dev/sda1
title Windows Vista/Longhorn (loader)
I don't know if that makeactive is going to make a difference - I
can't recall seeing it there when I had XP, and I don't feel like
seeing what happens if I remove it just now.
On the day *I* go to work for Microsoft, faint oinking sounds will be
heard from far overhead, the moon will not merely turn blue but
develop polkadots, and hell will freeze over so solid the brimstone
will go superconductive.
-- Erik Raymond, 2005
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