On a machine with multiple operating systems, LILO can be configured to boot the other systems as well.Normally LILO is initially configured for you during the Linux installation process.The user can then type a kernel file name followed by any kernel parameters.The SYSLINUX loader does not need to know about the kernel file in advance.Here are some instructions that should help you on your quest. In fact, it may be a little too thorough for simple configuration. The sample file shown below is for a typical dual-boot configuration, with Windows installed on the first partition and Linux on the second.You can probably use this as-is, except for the Tells LILO where to install the bootloader.
These are the options common to all versions of the SYSLINUX installer: If the Shift or Alt keys are held down during boot, or the Caps or Scroll locks are set, SYSLINUX will display a LILO-style "boot:" prompt.An option in an image description will override a global option.Comment lines may appear anywhere, and begin with the "#" character. The description below is almost literally from (just slightly abbreviated).This begins a section, and the lines that follow give specific parameters for this particular kernel.SYSLINUX is a boot loader for the Linux operating system which runs on an MS-DOS/Windows FAT filesystem.