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    VectorLinux 5.1,or Suse 9.3


    I have four different Linux OS and I like to try them all. I want to install,either VectorLinux 5,1 or Suse 9.3. Which one is the easiest to install on my second hard drive. Is it possible to install over Fedora.?

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    Suse is probably the easiest, although neither are really difficult to install.

    Yes, you can use your Fedora partition(s) for the install.

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    Welcome aboard.

    My suggestion is to put both on at the same time. Then you don't have to worry about choosing between the two.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lew
    I have four different Linux OS and I like to try them all.
    So try them all.

    I want to install,either VectorLinux 5,1 or Suse 9.3. Which one is the easiest to install on my second hard drive. Is it possible to install over Fedora.?

    Thanks
    Easy is a relative term. Either could be what you consider "easy" or what you consider "hard". This is a question I consider "subjective". And yes, you can install pretty much any OS on top of another. Most installers will do the wiping/repartitioning/reformatting for you.
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