Installing Multiple Linux OSes
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Sun Jan 23 07:41:01 UTC 2005
just install it as it is grub will fix your solution and for the
partitioning as long as you have the three basic partitions namely /
/boot <swap> you're alright. There's no proper sequence of
installation whatever suits you and which ever you're convinient its
On Sun, 23 Jan 2005 13:07:46 +0530, Prudhvi Krishna Surapaneni
<prudhvikrishna at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello there,
> is it possible to Install Multiple Versions of Linux.
> i am currently using FC3 is it possible for me to install
> SuSE 9.0 or Slackware Linux to run on my PC?.
> if yes,how to partition my Hard Disk,Generally we need a
> SWAP,BOOT and / partitions to install Linux, if at all i am having
> Multiple Versions of Linux how can i do the Partition thing?
> plz Help me.
> Prudhvi Krishna Surapaneni
> prudhvikrishna at gmail.com
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