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Re: Adding Linux distro to fstab

On Fri, 2004-06-18 at 23:11 +0200, Peter Boy wrote:
> depends how you did SuSE. If you had a separate /boot partition which
> you eventually share with FC, you should copy the Fedora lines and ajust
> it accordingly.
> If your SuSE root partition includes the /boot directory and SuSE lilo
> is installed there, you may add:
> title SuSE 9.1 
>         rootnoverify (hd0,0)
>         chainloader +1
Well, in retrospect, I think the problem is that a bootloader no longer
exists for SUSE.  It was on the MBR before I installed FC2 and overwrote
it.  What I should have done was install FC2 and installed it's
bootloader on its / partition.

Is there a way to get SUSE back now?


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