It's not Windows specific
Posted Aug 3, 2004 18:46 UTC (Tue) by warpedMania
In reply to: It's not Windows specific
Parent article: Making Fedora Core 2 and Windows play well together
No indeed, it is not. I was using three OS's: windows 98 (fat32), OS/2 (hpfs) and Red Hat Linux vs. 8 (Ext2). After I installed Fedora over my old Linux and had the filesystem of that partition changed to Ext3, there was a big surprise: Windows would still boot, but OS/2 refused, even though all the data are still present on my HPFS partition. I am glad I had my holidays in the meantime, otherwise I might have damaged my preferred OS (OS/2 of course), trying to fix the problem. This is a stupid bug, and I think it deserves some more attention.
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