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That's what I have but it don't work, I am getting a unable to read file system error. maybe it's because grub was installed using debian on an ext3 partion ...
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    That's what I have but it don't work, I am getting a unable to read file system error. maybe it's because grub was installed using debian on an ext3 partion and Knoppix is installed on a resierf file system partition.

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    GRUB has nothing to do with partition type.

    Let say, you are dual booting Debian and Knoppix. Install Debian's GRUB in MBR and Knoppix GRUB in boot sector of knoppix's root ( /boot, if you create it ) partition,
    You can call Knoppix GRUB through chainloading from Debian's GRUB.
    It is amazing what you can accomplish if you do not care who gets the credit.
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