Well it seems there are many people who have a dualboot system with Win and Backtrack so I followed as good as possible. But now I'm stucked.
So this what I've done:
1. Windows Partition (NTFS)
2. Data Partition (FAT32)
3. BackTrack Partition (ext3)
I've already installed Windows and BackTrack. I told the installer to write MBR to /dev/hda but when I reboot Windows is starting and not, as mentioned in these guides, BackTrack.
So I have just to install a BootLoader, right? But how? When I tried to install grub with grub-install --root-directory=/dev/hda4 i got an error saying "grub-setup couldn't be found at /sbin".
Help would be nice.
But what is "cp --preserve ..." good for? I know copying the data from the CD-Rom to the harddisk. But it's not like a "real Installation". So it would be much slower, or?
cp --preserve is the actuall copy command i guess. im new to linux but i was told do every thing by command and you will learn quicker so i followed mutts command line video .the first time i ****ed it up with lilo the default boot manger so i tried the gui installer which didnt work because i guess it install to hda by default and my hd was sda so after alot o head ache i went back to mutts and it worked great. plus it was no longer or faste either way as far as i could tell. i gotta tell you the hd install has been covered extensivly if you SEARCH.
The video mentioned below is one of the most comprehensive/professional ones I have seen. Just finished and now up and running with the dual boot 20 minutes ago.
The process follows a lilo boot....maybe watch the video and do the tail end of it...for the boot process.
Well i did this as well as i could and now upon reboot i get...
Non-system disk or disk error
replace and strike any key when ready
(No i didnt have xp actually installed just the ntfs empty partition f that matters)
Oh my lilo conf file looked exactly like his
yes for an unknown reason you do need to install windows first..........
Watch your back, your packetz will belong to me soon... xD
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