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Originally Posted by cheetahman
Then you will edit your menu.lst file and add an entry for the new distro.
For more info on this subject, do a search on this site for "multi-boot".
Also what about grub during this and could you give me an example
When you install a new distro. If you put the new grub on the MBR, what ever was there will be overwritten.
Not sure what kind of example you are looking for, but.....
When I install a new distro, I put the bootloader on the root partition.
And then I edit my menu.lst to put a new entry in.
The only time I didn't follow this was when I installed Suse 9.3. I installed over Suse 9.2 and installed Suse 9.3 Grub to the MBR.
Hmmm, I sense a certain moderator is going to lock this thread and direct it somewhere else as we are way off-topic.