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Re: creating a Boot-Disk

Dera Sri,

Try mkbootdisk

mkbootdisk -d /dev/fd0  <kernel version>

In my case kernel version is 2.2.14

For more help try man mkbootdisk.
It will format ur floppy too. But try it with a clean one.. maybe u can try
formatting it before by fdformat.

Hope this helps.

Goldwyn :o)

> Now I want to create a boot-disk for Linux, which will
> boot the machine into Linux and mount the existing
> root filesystem of the Linux partition. This way I can
> install Windows and later boot into Linux with that
> boot-disk and install LILO back.