About Boot-loader GRUB
Patrick W. Barnes
nman64 at n-man.com
Wed Jun 7 04:56:57 UTC 2006
On Tuesday 06 June 2006 23:29, "Claude Yu" <claudeyu at optusnet.com.au> wrote:
> I am downloading Fedora Core-5 iso images and to install side by side with
> Window XP Pro already in the system. I would like someone help to suggest
> the best practice of setting dual-boot menu with Windows XP prof during
> To give a bit of information about the existing partitions:
> Window XP Pro together with Mandrake 2006 Free edition running in dual boot
> I prepare to erase Mandrake Linux partition(reason: sound problem not fix
> and Mandrake does not support free distribution) and install Fedore Core 5.
> Do I use GRUB by default?
> Pls someone advises me on claudeyu at optusnet.com.au will be mostly
First, this question is off-topic for this list...
When you run the Fedora Core 5 installation, you will be given the opportunity
to handle your partitioning. You can manage the partitions however you wish,
including erasing and replacing existing partitions as needed. GrUB will be
installed by default, and the system will detect your Windows XP installation
and add it to the boot menu automatically. By default, it will refer to that
installation as "Other", but you'll have the opportunity to change that
during the installation and determine which will be the default, too. As
always, be very careful when working on your partitioning, it is easy to
erase partitions and leave yourself with a broken setup. Make sure you
review your selections carefully before completing the installation.
Patrick "The N-Man" Barnes
nman64 at n-man.com
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