Mats Byggmastar <mats.byggmastar@multi.NOJUNK.fi> wrote in message
1.) Is Linux on its own partition as well?
2.) (I hate doing this, but I’m too busy to look it up for ya @ the
moment) - Check the man pages for LILO.
No. I don’t like using LILO. That’s why I boot Linux using Loadlin.
So again, how do I make a multi boot system with Win98 and QNX RTP
where Win98 and RTP are one their own native partitions.
Is there a way or do I have to use LILO?
I am not the real expert on this (although I have some experience).
But, I believe that there is nothing really special about getting to QNX’s
second stage boot program.
In other words, if you put RtP in its own (primary) partition and make it
the bootable partition, then just about any standard generic initial boot
loader will take over and boot QNX RtP.
Therefore, you should be able to use QNX boot, LILO, Loadlin, System
Commander, Boot Magic, and maybe even the NT multiple boot loader to start
The real key would be simply to be able to select which partition to
continue your boot from. In some cases you might have to set the partition
to the “active” or “bootable” partition for the more simple boot loaders
(like DOS) to start it.
Anyway, you should just be able to try it without really causing any
Let us all know if it works.