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We have a second computer with a IBM 12.5G hard drive that we want to setup as a multi-boot system. (I've installed one before with Windows NT and Linux using ...
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    multi-boot / partitioning question


    We have a second computer with a IBM 12.5G hard drive that we want to setup as a multi-boot system. (I've installed one before with Windows NT and Linux using lilo)

    Caldera DR-DOS 7.03
    Windows NT 4.0
    Debian Linux.

    How would YOU partition the HD? Would you use a Separate Partition for the DrDos OS, ...... or would you install Windows NT and DOS in the same partition???? (We'd like to keep Debian in just 2 partitions -root and swap)

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    I would put them on seperate partitions because then if you remove one you will not affect the rest of the OS's.

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