Here in,
Felix Miata spake unto us, saying:

>All Linux distros I've ever installed, with one exception (an early Linspire
>mess) presume in a multiboot installation that you want to use its boot
>loader as a boot manager, and thus presume the best place for it is the MBR.

Interesting. I don't recall old versions of Mandrake (6.x-9.x) making
that assumption, or at least it was easy enough to install LILO in the
boot sector of the filesystem I wanted to boot from rather than the MBR.

Sounds like newer Linux distros are devolving. :-(

-Rich Steiner >>>---> >>>---> Mableton, GA USA
Mainframe/Unix bit twiddler by day, OS/2+Linux+DOS hobbyist by night.
WARNING: I've seen FIELDATA FORTRAN V and I know how to use it!
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