I would like to dual-boot my new HP desktop with XP and FC5.
I've installed Linux many times in the past, however not with a modified OEM version of XP. I partitioned the hard drive and installed FC5 and grub. I booted into FC5 and was doing great! However, when I tried to boot into Windows, HP's helpful utility noticed that I modified the boot sector and decided XP needed to be reinstalled (and there's no way to cancel this!) When that was done grub was clobbered and I had no boot menu (although FC5 is still installed on its partition).
Since this PC has no floppy drive, I believe I will need to create a boot CD to point to my FC5 install. I saw a tutorial here for doing this on a floppy - can anyone suggest a way to boot the FC5 rescue CD and create a bootable CD to boot my Linux partition?
Many thanks in advance
EDIT: I shouldn't have to point this out, but just in case... I do have a DVD-RW drive and a stack of blank CD-R's. Ideally, I just need a command to create a bootable CD providing /dev/hda5 (Linux root partition) as an argument