Dale J. Chatham dale at chatham.org
Tue Jun 8 12:04:06 UTC 2010

Easiest way:

Fresh install of Windows.  Create a partition within Windows upon which 
to install Windows.  Unpartitioned space will be used by Linux.

After Windows is installed, install Linux.  Make sure Grub knows about 
the Windoze partition.  From there, things should be easy.  The default 
boot will be Linux.  If you want to change the default, boot Lunux and 
edit /boot/grub/grub.conf.

On 06/07/2010 10:27 PM, Sateesh kumarb wrote:
> I Am Sateesh,
>   Please Help me, How to install Fedora Inside Windows7 For Dual booting.
>    I have an fedora cd But can't Boot.

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