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Re: Dual boots (MS Windows and Fedora) with 3 hard disks (2nd post)



On Fri, 2007-01-05 at 09:08 -0600, Aaron Konstam wrote:
> in the last clause it should say: chainloader +2

The + number refers to the number of disc sectors to be read (how big
the bootblock is), not that it's the second disc/partition/whatever.

 -- Command: chainloader [`--force'] file
     Load FILE as a chain-loader. Like any other file loaded by the
     filesystem code, it can use the blocklist notation to grab the
     first sector of the current partition with `+1'. If you specify the
     option `--force', then load FILE forcibly, whether it has a
     correct signature or not. This is required when you want to load a
     defective boot loader, such as SCO UnixWare 7.1 (*note SCO
     UnixWare::).



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