justin.bennett at dynabrade.com
Thu Jun 26 10:21:05 EDT 2003
change the line that says default=
to the name of the windows configuration (dos maybe)
then run lilo to update the config
Riga, Anthony wrote:
>How do you get it to boot to windows by default?
>From: vlok stone [mailto:vlokstone at yahoo.com]
>Sent: Thursday, June 26, 2003 9:56 AM
>To: nflug at nflug.org
>Subject: Re: Dual boot
>If you remove lilo, you won't have a boot manager.
>A better alternative is to have lilo boot to windows
>as default OS. Most linux distro's have a gui to
>configure this. DON'T set the boot time to 0. Bad
>Check your distro's doc's, as always.
>--- Justin Bennett <justin.bennett at dynabrade.com>
>>What does it matter if lilo is there? you can have
>>it boot windows by
>>default. How would he boot into linux then? But if
>>you must, fdisk /mbr
>>from a dos disk.
>>Riga, Anthony wrote:
>>>I setup a Dual boot Linux - hdb /Windoze - hda box
>>for a family member who like using Linux for the
>>games.I set it up using LILO. He wants to have it
>>boot directly into Winblows without using lilo. How
>>do I get rid of lilo and have it boot into windows?
>>I took out the Linux hdd and tried to boot into
>>indows but can only see the letters LI . Do I need
>>to blow away the mbr? Do I do fdisk /mbr in Windows
>>or Linux to delete the mbr? Any suggestions?
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