Thanks for taking the time to view my post. I just installed Fedora 6 on an IDE HD, and I also have another SATA HD with XP on it. I guess most of you know what I'm trying to do here, yeah, a multi-boot system. The problem is that GRUB does not recognize the XP install, and I have no choice but to boot into Fedora. The only way for me to boot into windows is to change the boot sequence at the BIOS menu, every time! There's gotta be a better way to do this? Some how GRUB can be modified to recognize my XP OS?
I guess the reason may be that Fedora is on an IDE interface and XP is on a SATA interface?
I hope there are geeks here who are Linux wizards:) BTW, I am totally new at Linux, so command lines and shells is like a foreign language to me. I am in the learning process however.
Aside from the boot issue, I also want ask if anyone knows a good guide or website for me to get some education on Linux. It has to be for beginners who knows nothing about Linux systems, which is kinda rare according to my recent research. Everything seems to be a bit too complicated.
Last but not least, how do you install all the drivers for graphics and mobo's chipset?
Thank you for any information that may help me!!!
P.S. please feel free to laugh if you find this amusing:)