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Thread: multi boot advice please
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multi boot advice please
shared storage volume
i would like to try a few distros to get used to the various differences, ie SuSe for KDE, Ubuntu for Gnome, and other different interfaces like DamnSmall, on a laptop. some things may need to know are:
GbLAN + WLAN (both broadcom)
i'd appreciate any help with the bootloader side, thanks in advance
When you install the 2nd distro, look for the option to install to the root partition.
You may have to look for an "Advanced" button, or the installer might just give you the option to put the bootloader where you like.
I have never familiarized myself with lilo, but this solution will work great with grub.
After installing the 2nd distro, put an entry like this into distro 1's /boot/grub/menu.lst file
root (hd0,1) or whatever is correct.
Note if the 2nd distro is on /dev/sda2 or /dev/hda2, (hd0,1) is what will be in the menu.lst file.Pick up a starving dog, prosper him, and he won't bite you.
This is the main difference between men and dogs.
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