Hi all, I have a query regarding dual (or multi) booting a PC. I have a slave drive set up with three primary partitions of 200MB each (to use as three different /boot partitions for three different versions of linux) and then an extended partition to house four logical partitions as the swap and three different / file systems. The intention was to place the bootloader into the MBR of the slave and then to be able to choose which version of linux to boot by using the BIOS to select the slave drive. It would appear the bootloader contained in the MBR of the slave drive does run, since I get the "LI" output (and nothing else). My interpretation of this is that lilo can't find the /boot partition to carry on the second stage of the boot process. Can this set up work? I know this is not the easiest way of doing it, but I'm more interested in understanding the boot process of a PC than simply getting it to run. (the journey is more important than the destination!!!).