Installing windows after having a linux install, without losing the linux bootloader (grub)
I've seen this posted a few times, and am not sure where I would find the answer (the search only finds one page :?).
So, could someone tell me how I would install windows onto a separate partition while maintaing grub? I know that when I install windows, it'll create a new MBR, but I would really like to keep grub....so would I reinstall grub?? how would i do this if I can't get into linux?
Thanks in advance! :D
windows is going on as a toy really...and a slight gaming project
one irrelevant question: does dsl have a partitioning tool? i looked but couldn't find one i'm familiar with. i'd like it to be graphical, but if not, than how would i resize a partition using something like fdisk or cfdisk? i'm trying to resize my root ( / ) partition of gentoo through dsl so i can free up some space for all my games to be used in windows.
the root partition is the only one on my first drive (hda1) and i would like to resize it and create a second partition (hda2) beside it with the rest of the available free space that i would acquire by resizing hda1.
thanks again :)