Dual Boot: Installing Fedora on new drive.
Hey Guys! I am a total linux newbie and I just got a new 80 gig HD that I want to install Fedora Core 3 on and dual boot it with my current XP install.
What I want to do is divide the new drive up 50 gigs for Fedoras, 10 gigs of FAT32 to share files between the os's, and 20 gigs NTFS for XP.
I am guessing I will need some sort of partitioning software to do the partitioning?
Is there anything special I need to know about installing Fedora to dual boot in this manner? Will this screw up my XP MBR?
My first thought was to set the BIOS to boot from the new drive that I install Linux on and then just edit GRUB to also point to XP.
Any advice would be appreciated....